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Old 05-13-2013, 10:40 PM
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I just replaced mine tonight. Got the support from O' Reilly's it was a Federal Mogul bearing for about $35 bucks. Fixed the shudder I had at about 45 when it shifted into OD. I thought the converter was going out.

The rubber was shot and its smooth as glass now. Ran it up to 70 with no shakes.
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so im gonna replace my carrier bearing on a 99 f350 cc long bed the one they gave me is E4TZ-4800-Aand dosent look like the F81Z-4800-FA is there a difference
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ford dealer sold me p/n e4tz-4800-a, it looked slightly different but worked fine, as in my signature its a short box.
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All my link changed. EDITOR can you allow me to open for editing???
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THREAD RESURECTION!!

I have a 2000 f350 Ext. Cab longbox. I'm in the process of replacing the support bearing. I got the old one off no problem. I'm having issues getting the new one on. I checked the sizes and they are both the same 1.57" i.d. bearings. The new bearing will not slide on easily or even with a few decent taps from a mallet. Any suggestions?
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All my link changed. EDITOR can you allow me to open for editing???
Lex, a little late responding to this post, but unlike the thread I'm helping you with, in this case it would be infinitely easier if you just repost your responses above with the correct image links. No need to edit them.

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Lex, a little late responding to this post, but unlike the thread I'm helping you with, in this case it would be infinitely easier if you just repost your responses above with the correct image links. No need to edit them.

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I will cut and paste in a complete new post with updated picture link. Thanks Stewart.

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Glad, I found this thread. I have one quick question:
Do we need Air tools for this(I mean, must-have versus good-to-have))? Because I do not have any Air tools or compressor!
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Glad, I found this thread. I have one quick question:
Do we need Air tools for this(I mean, must-have versus good-to-have))? Because I do not have any Air tools or compressor!
Do you want the answer that you can show your wife?

"Yes! Air tools are necessary! You will never get the job done without them, and you won't be able to save all that money by doing it yourself!"

or the one that gets you nothing new:

"Common hand tools are completely sufficient to accomplish this."

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Do you want the answer that you can show your wife?

"Yes! Air tools are necessary! You will never get the job done without them, and you won't be able to save all that money by doing it yourself!"

or the one that gets you nothing new:

"Common hand tools are completely sufficient to accomplish this."

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Thanks!...that will do.
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Nice!!

Should have made a video for us "non mechanics"!!!!
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Glad I found this thread. I've already greased the slip yolk...without positive results. I also have the vibration upon take-off, either from a dig or a very slow roll. The part number the local dealer gave me based on my vin is F81Z-4800-EA. $101.98 + tax, and that's the whole assembly with the bracket. They also quoted me $48 and change for the shim kit listed above in the TSB, part # EOTZ-4A209A.
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Did you say STEALER or DEALER? My hearing aid is acting up...

Dude...dont do that to yourself. Its bad for your karmic juju. Dealer prices bad bad bad (unless you have a wholesale account).
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I ended-up getting an assembly at Autozone with a Timken bearing for $24. Problem solved.

For future reference, a two-armed gear puller was perfect for pulling the yolk and then the bearing.

It sure is nice when I can identify a problem and get it fixed within a day. If only it could happen more often.
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I'm about to do this on my 04 superduty. also gonna do the 3 u joints while it's out. your description has me more confident about doing it at home instead of on base. thanks man
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