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Old 03-22-2008, 12:21 AM
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Let's welcome yet one more to the fold jmcgarrah11http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/me...cgarrah11.html Welcome to the Arkansas Chapter. You may want to enable you Private Messages so that we may contact you .
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Old 03-22-2008, 11:18 AM
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Thanks for the link Dave....that speeds it up for me a bunch

Welcome to FTE and the Arkansas chapter jmcgarrah11!!!
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You are more than welcome Scott I should have thought of that before.
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Old 03-22-2008, 10:55 PM
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Hey. Thanks y'all. I'm still trying to figure this site out. I have a hard time trying to get around on here. I've been trying to replace the bearing on my 92 f150 4x4 and on the driver side I can't get the spindle nut off. Anybody got any ideas. I'm also looking to buy a 99 to 04 f250 powerstroke crew cab 4x4. If anybody knows where I can get a good deal or has one for sale cheap I would appreciate it if you would let me know. Thanks for the welcomes too.
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welcome jmcgarrah11,

Collin's auto brokerage in Searcy has quite a few powerstrokes sitting on the lot, not sure of there prices though. Thats a bit of a drive from Springdale too.

You'll pick up navigating around the site before long. When I found this site a few years back, I found myself reading for hours.. even things that didnt pertain to anything I was working on

Theres a wealth of good knowledge here that is 2nd to none. Dave's pretty handy with the grill too
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Thanks tojoski. How far is that Lonoke? I can't think of where Searcy is right off the top of my head. It might be worth the drive though.
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This what your looking at springdale to searcy http://http://maps.google.com/maps?saddr=Springdale,+AR&geocode=&dirflg=&daddr=s earcy+ar&f=d&hl=en&sll=36.211316,-94.130516&sspn=0.109972,0.2314&ie=UTF8&z=8
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Hey. Thanks y'all. I'm still trying to figure this site out. I have a hard time trying to get around on here. I've been trying to replace the bearing on my 92 f150 4x4 and on the driver side I can't get the spindle nut off. Anybody got any ideas. I'm also looking to buy a 99 to 04 f250 powerstroke crew cab 4x4. If anybody knows where I can get a good deal or has one for sale cheap I would appreciate it if you would let me know. Thanks for the welcomes too.
What ya mean you can't get the spindle nut off ? Whats wrong with it ?
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It's too tight, or you don't have the right spanner socket?
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Hey Scott does that thing take the same kind of socket that the 80's 4X4 used ?
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I have the spanner socket, its just on there too tight or there is a keeper on there or something that I am missing. I just got a better socket today and I am going to try it tonight. I'll let y'all know if it works.
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There is no keeper. There is the outside locknut, then a tabbed washer, and then the actual spindle nut. Generally a 1/2" drive breaker bar on the spanner will work with a few shots from a BFH
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Old 03-25-2008, 09:32 PM
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I didn't have a breaker bar at the time because my cousin ran off with it, but I did have 1/2" ratchet with about a 3' cheater pipe and a hammer and couldn't get it, and my uncle, who is pretty darn stout tried it and couldn't get it.
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