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hi, I own a 2001 f250 7.3 superduy. I've had it about a week and I've been noticing a small rubbing noise when I turn right. My first instinct was to grease the ball joints. I did so and there was no improvement. Nothing appears to be broken or rubbing. How would I be able to find out if it's a ball joint or possibly my hub?
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Jack it up, one side at a time and watch all components as you have a buddy try and move the tire up and down then side to side. You will be looking for movement in your steering linkage and ball joints.

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