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Old 03-28-2012, 08:28 AM

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wheel bearing/wheel hub

I have 2003 f250 with a four inch lift and 35x12.50s I have had 3 wheel bearing / wheel hubs put in the front drivers side in the last six months and the first 2 were ebay ones... the last one I got was oem and guess what its going out again. Its a 4x4 and the axel shaft wont unlock on the drivers side the same way it acted right before it went out the last time. I have also replaced the factory locking hubs with super winch hubs. And when every thing was installed the axel shaft moved freely. Does anyone know what could cause it to go out like this?
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