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Old 09-28-2013, 06:24 PM
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05 f250 front end trashed

Ok so long story short I bought an 05 f250 with a trashed front end ball joints, tie rods bearings, etc the dam thin jumps when I hit a bump just right and won't stop till I stop the truck I was looking at auto zone and orileys they want 1500+ for parts and I know I was missing a few things when I priced it all out

I know there are some good respetible online stores out there that I can get what I need cheeper Can anyone point me in the right direction

And what should I all be replacing I know upper and lower ball joints ,tie rods ,updated dust seals ,and hub bering assembly if they are bad. I know there has to be something I'm missing so what would it be ?
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Old 09-30-2013, 06:27 PM
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Going to get all the parts tomrow here is my new list

Upper/ lower ball joints
Torsten bar ball joint
Tie rods
Axel shaft dust seal
Shocks
Sway bar
Hub assembly
And a rear leaf spring


I'm going to take lots of pictures and post them upb
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Old 10-01-2013, 05:46 AM
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Rockauto has good prices
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Use quality parts Moog,Timken. Replace both front hubs while its apart, if everything is as bad as you say don't leave anything to chance. If you spend $1000 on new tires with a so so hub' pay now or pay later ,besides everything goes together a lot easier when all is new . I did my whole front end for $873 and she's as tight now as new.
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