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ford says my front end is shot!

hello its been a while since i have been here but i just gotta ask, ford says i need all new ball joints, a drag link, a pitman arm and the bushings on the front sway bar, but they want a pile to fix it, too big a pile i have an 01 f350 4x4 drw 7.3 can i get some advice on the best parts to get to do this job? my truck is all over the road i have had multiple front end alignments and i decided to take it to ford to see just what the hell is going on. well there ya have it, plz steer me in the right direction guys. ill do the damn job myself and then get it aligned. thanks

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MOOG or OEM, ball joints, tie rods inner & outer, drag link, steering stabilizer and sway bar links. 1A auto has a kit for $160 but I'd buy better quality personally. I'll link the 1A kit so you can see the parts list (they give you the MOOG & OE part numbers).
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Moog, you'll have to source yourself (Summit Racing and Jegs carries everything). I used their parts when I did my steering a couple years ago and so far so good. Summit and Rock Auto carry OE parts too but I'd give WBL a chance, they usually have the best prices.
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