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Old 12-24-2009, 08:26 AM
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4x4 grinding???

on the truck in my sig when i kick the 4x4 in and drive it sounds like there is a pretty good grinding noise coming from the drivers fron wheel somewhere...???it seems to increase when accelarating and also when let completly off...i should say that i ran off the road the other night from a deer and hit a 2x12 at about 40...i dont see anything bent or anything from the naked eye but just thought i would see if anyone had any ideas...i do know both of the wheel bearings are new and i looked at the rest of the stuff when i was in there and didnt notice anyting
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Old 12-24-2009, 09:45 AM
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i know its kinda slow right now being the holiday season im just bored at work thought i would giver a bump up
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Old 12-28-2009, 05:52 AM
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Old 12-29-2009, 05:44 AM
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well figured i would give this one more shot this morning see if we got any takers??
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I am having this exact same issue on my 02 f250 that I purchased Sunday. Don't know whats causing it but on my truck last night I floored it to pass a car while in 2wd and i heard that clunking noise again. I pulled over drove it at 5mph for a few blocks and when i sped up again it seemed fine. After that I floored it another 5 times and the problem never came back. Today the truck drove fine aswell
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need a new wheel berring hub ***..there is a nedel bearing that burns up and the axel sags.if bad enouf it winn hit the top of the lower balljoint
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Thanx Ozone. Where can I purchase them and roughly how much do they go for? I purchased my truck from a dealer and made it known that I wanted the 4x4 fixed. But at the time i only Knew there was an issue with the hub sticking. I will be taking it back tomorrow and hopefully they are willing to address the issue.
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Old 01-07-2010, 08:11 AM
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most any parts store but i dont stand behind the fact thayll be in stock..
did mine AGIN yesterday..look for about 299-455$ big bucks..you know thies fords
are allways budget minded when under engineering development..HA!
BE AWARE..there three types that end up in the same box by chance..
1: standard bearng hub W/ corse threds (long)
2: standard bearng hub W/ corse threds (short)
3: standard bearng hub W/ fine threds (long)

so look close when you get it..and take your lugnut too for fitment..reason for this is lack of supplyers atention to detail, and you have excersions and trucks using this with diffrent thicknesses in rim flanges.um,...also if your in there look at the hub oil seal and dust seal..your gallery hall doesnt say,but in 2003 "the great swith" w/ 6.0 nd 7.3's. there are 2 axel shafts used and two seals used the latter of the two is pressed(or knocked the he!!) on the yolk shaft flange the other just sts in there and causes later probems
hope this helps
also:
for the dust seal all models
ford part#f81x 1s175 hca

for early oil seal
FPN#2c3z 3254 aa

for late oil seal
FPN#3c3z 3254 ca
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Old 01-07-2010, 08:23 AM
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most any parts store but i dont stand behind the fact thayll be in stock..
did mine AGIN yesterday..look for about 299-455$ big bucks..you know thies fords
are allways budget minded when under engineering development..HA!
BE AWARE..there three types that end up in the same box by chance..
1: standard bearng hub W/ corse threds (long)
2: standard bearng hub W/ corse threds (short)
3: standard bearng hub W/ fine threds (long)

so look close when you get it..and take your lugnut too for fitment..reason for this is lack of supplyers atention to detail, and you have excersions and trucks using this with diffrent thicknesses in rim flanges.um,...also if your in there look at the hub oil seal and dust seal..your gallery hall doesnt say,but in 2003 "the great swith" w/ 6.0 nd 7.3's. there are 2 axel shafts used and two seals used the latter of the two is pressed(or knocked the he!!) on the yolk shaft flange the other just sts in there and causes later probems
hope this helps
also:
for the dust seal all models
ford part#f81x 1s175 hca

for early oil seal
FPN#2c3z 3254 aa

for late oil seal
FPN#3c3z 3254 ca
so any ideas on mine considering both hubs and bearings are new?
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Old 01-07-2010, 11:39 AM
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well if not something resinating down the frame...id say u-joints
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