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Old 05-21-2013, 12:36 PM
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Confirm Outer Tie Rod Replacement Parts

Can anybody confirm if these are the correct tie rod replacement parts for
a 2008 F250 6.4L 4WD?


Moog ES80755 & ES80754 (For Driver and Passenger Sides).
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Can anybody confirm if these are the correct tie rod replacement parts for
a 2008 F250 6.4L 4WD?


Moog ES80755 & ES80754 (For Driver and Passenger Sides).
Yes, those are correct part numbers!
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Yes, those are correct part numbers!


Thanks.

Time to place my online order and using the following link that somebody
posted with Step by Step instructions, I figure a novice like me should be
able to accomplish this replacement well below the "milk you" prices these
repair shops want to charge.

How to change tie rods (w/ pics!) - Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums
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Changing tie rods is pretty easy you should be fine. I just finished up ball joints and man was that a job But with the help of guys on here I got it done and saved myself $800 in labor

If you need any help just ask!
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Changing tie rods is pretty easy you should be fine. I just finished up ball joints and man was that a job But with the help of guys on here I got it done and saved myself $800 in labor

If you need any help just ask!


I have a pitman arm puller I'm planning on using to pop out the tie rods.
Did you use something similar or did you go the BFH route?

I just finished replacing my Track Bar and that was pretty easy on the
driver side, it's the passenger side that was a real pain until I bought a this
pitman arm puller and the sucker popped out in two seconds.
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Just make sure you go get that alignment that those "milking" shops are requiring you to do.... otherwise your wasting your efforts just to chew up even more expensive tires.
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