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Hub bearing o-ring, dust seal, and the axle shaft seal. The axle shaft seal is a pain to press on yourself, but you can take it just about any automotive repair shop including Ford, and most do it for free and I just give them $20 to say thanks.
Plan to change the gear lube as well.
You can rent a ball joint press tool from an auto parts store. You will want an impact to use with the tool, makes life much easier.
Use a good set of jack stands and use TWO jacks, one on each side to lift your truck. Don't lift your truck up with one jack at the center of the axle.
1999 F250 4x4 with 2004 Cummins backed by a BTS transmission, '06 axles suspension, 4.5" lift, smoothed/painted frame, FASS 150/150, Hellmann Performance Fuel Sump, ARP head studs.
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