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Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: Willis, MI
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I would jack the front end up. Then I put the front end on some jackstands. Then I would remove the front tires. Then inspect the ball joints, brakes, front suspension. I suggest this because it is basically free. Most likely you will find the problem this way. As it could be wheel bearings, or a bad ball joint or a combination of things. But the only way to find out is to do an inspection of the front end. If you find nothing wrong in the front then do the same in the rear. The rear is easier to inspect, as it has less parts. But you would need to inspect the u-joints, center support bearing, and brakes.
If you find nothing from your inspection. Then take it to a tire shop and have the tires ballanced and rotated. As you may have damaged a tire or threw a tire off ballance.
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2005 6.0 Crew Cab Long Box Lariat, current truck
2004 6.0 destroyed by contaminated fuel
2002 7.3L burnt