Question about 1999 Ford F250 Regular Cab
I have replaced the tie rods twice and the shocks twice along with the tires and it fixes the problem for a short time and it starts bouncing again and get lose. I was told that i may need to replace the hubs that there was a problem that year but this guy was not an expert. what will fix my problem it seems like there is nothing else that could be wrong to keep this happing over and over.
i havent seen any hub problems that would cause this problem
what i would do is remove your shocks and test them you maybe getting poor quality shocks.
and keep a close eye on your tire pressure.
are you getting abnormal tire wear?
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