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Replace king pins on f 250 two wheel drive - 2001 Ford F250 Super Duty Super Cab

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I think you will find they are swivel joints top and bottom,if it is king-pins a press,reamers and a very striaght eye..will be required.Either way the front hub assemblies will need to be stripped down..Good-luck....

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