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Question Front End Problem

I can feel some kind of rattle/noise in the front end of my 1999 F-250. I have replaced tie rods, tie rod ends, steering damper, ball joints, axle hub bearings and seals all in the last year. I did all this when one of the hub bearings locked up. I cant find anything loose or worn that I hasnt been replaced. But I can still feel something in the front end when Im driving down the road. Anybody else ran into this problem and found a solution? Thanks!!
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Try lower shock mount bolts, they wear. sway bar bushings and link bushings, after that.

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Check your sway bar endlinks, I had the same problem and found the bushings were bad, I ended up just removing my sway bar alltogether, and Im not putting it back on, the ride quality greatly improved, and I dont drive much on the highway so im not worried about doing any highspeed avoidance maneuvers.
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