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Loose frontend,little bit road wild - 2001 Ford F250 Super Duty Super Cab

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Jack the front of your truck up and wigel each wheel.that will twll witch tie rod end is gone.it sound like you have a bad tie rod end.check the left side frist

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Loose front end


A vague feeling from the front isn't good news and might be anything even something at the rear so check everything - if it is possible for it to wear it should have a good shake or be tested with a prybar.

I am wondering if the wheel alignment has been checked since the front overhaul...

One common but frequently overlooked thing that causes a car to be unhappy on the road is tyre mismatch - this usually manifests as a vague feeling with the car seeming to choose it's own line depending on the road surface and hopping around a little especially when driving along white road markings or the seams of road repairs.

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You may have damage to one or more suspension parts, a broken shock, a bent wheel and/or tire damage. Have someone you trust inspect the front suspension....Soon.

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