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Looking to reconstruct my front end.

Hey guys this could be considered a vendor shout out, or just me looking for some simple advice.

I have some terrible play with pretty much all of my front end, ball joints, bushings, track bar (panhard bar), ect....

Here's what I want to do.... I would like to replace all the tie rod ends and ball joints with Hyme joints.

Anybody done this and what do you think???

Thanks in advance for the help.

Also I am in need of a nice dual steering stabalizer!!!

1999 F-350 CrewCab SB 7.3 International
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Knocking in the front and Smoking out the back!!!


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hiem joints have been used in "fat man" suspentionsand some others .I have tried them with little luck ,I haven't been able to get a straight answer from the supplyer if they were up to the stress of off road let alone on highway ,quality is hard to find here .if your trying to save money ....I go to the wrecking yards and have always been able to find new or better then what I have ..good luck
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