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Old 05-12-2013, 08:13 AM
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Front Wheel Flop

I have a 95 F250 two wheel drive with a weird symptom in the front end. It has 211313 miles and has not had(needed) a brake job front or rear. No pull,bounce or other brake problems and still has plenty of pad and shoe material. The problem is that when I turn sharp like to the stop in a parking lot it feels like the drivers side wheel flops. This happens in drive or reverse. I am having a friend drive today while I watch,but any input would be appretiated. And thanks for the birthday wishes!
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