Asked on Jul 30, 2010
I am putting a 6" susp lift on my 93' f-150 4x4. I was wondering what all components or adapters i need in order to put a straight axel conversion in with leaf springs instead of coils. I know that of course i need the axel ...
Asked on Aug 28, 2010
I was able to remove the silver cap that says automatic 4x4 easily but the next part of the hub seems difficult to get off. I dont see any release ring on the 1996. Am i missing something? There is a little wiggle in the ...
Asked on Aug 31, 2010
I have a '99 F350 crew cab dually that the left rear bearing has failed and has broken the axle shaft. I know that the locking nut holding the outer bearing has left hand threads but what is the secret to the locking mechanism on the ...
Asked on May 26, 2010
I have a Bronco II XLT with tons of stuff done to it. 3' Suspension Lift, 31.5' BFG All Terrain W/ 15 Inch American Racing Rims, Rebuilt drivetrain, new rebuilt 4.0L V6 engine w/50000 miles, New Clutch, New Rotors, calipers, brake pads, new exhaust, Alpine deck ...
Asked on Sep 12, 2010
I have slightly over sized tires on my 86' Ford F-150....and i was told to adjust my LOCKING NUTS on my front axle...where are these nuts...and how do i adjust them to keep me from over steering, and causing my tires to rub???
Asked on Jul 4, 2010
It is a manual transmission, 4.3 L engine. There is no dipstick under the hood that i see. I noticed some threaded hubs under the vehicle on what i believe is the transmission (located directly under the shifter knob). Is this where i ...
Asked on May 6, 2010
It is a 1996 with 302 with 95,000 miles. been well kept. Has cap , new tranny with 20,000 on it. New brakes, exhaust. No visual problems or leaks. Just a little pull to right on occation.
It is a extended cab.
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