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Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: zumbrota, mn
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i was under the impression that the f350 pitman arm was needed, as the f250 one would not work. others that have swapped said this. my 90 was a f350 with the d60 in it allready
unfortunately, no one thinks about the small details... like front axle ujoints, rebuilding the king pins, calipers, rotors, seals, wheel bearigs.... i would at least put in new seal for the axle tubes. they go in from the pumkin side, thats where mine were leaking. definately check your wheel bearings, mine were shot when i bought my truck. while you are in there, change the ujoints, even if they arent bad. you will be pissed if you have to take eveything apart again when a ujoint starts to fail. between brakes, ujoints, bearings and such, i had several hundred dollars into the d60..... that wasnt even with new steering parts or going into the carrier. i hear you on being tight with money, but some things need to get done at the same time, or you are just wasting time. good luck though
hello, my name is gary
new: 2008 f250 lariat 4x4 ccsb 6.4.....
sold,2011 f250 xlt 4x4 crewcab 6.2 shortbox 5 star tuned
sold,early, 09/98, 1999 f350 lariat 4x4 crewcab 7.3 dually
sold, 1990 f350 lariat 4x4 crewcab 7.3 longbox.
sold, 2003 f350 lariat 4x4 crewcab 6.0 longbox.
1987 we4 turbo buick
2008 taurus limited