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Not too many.
Take out the front drive shaft and don't worry about it
Spin the diff on the axles to reposition
Rear is a lot easier, though you still have to worry about seals. The front is where all the camber and toe and all that happy stuff happens, and simply rotating the axle will cause issues. Like steering in to the ground instead of sideways. But, actually rotating the diff on the axles will change the drive shaft angles, while maintaining camber and alignment. A good 4x4 shop can do it, but I have no idea what they charge.
2002 F250 CCSB 4x4
PHP Phoenix, John Woods VB, NUC bypass, 6637
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