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    Just rotated my tires and noticed a lot of play in the front wheels. About 2 or three inches east to west. Anybody have any suggestions as to what could be the problem ?

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    Maybe worn inner/outter tie rods or even idler arm bushings?
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      WHAT HE SAID!!!
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        These M.F.ers blocked me out of this site, so.......I can nio longer post, but I can still DELETE their sorry selves !!! I have been out all day - at a holiday party. Just got home 4PM

        Still locked out of here. But, able to delete. Fun with _____!!

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          wheel play

          What is that all about ?

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            It's all about SPAM!
            we are getting hit with alot of SPAM - and it's very annoying! People using our site to try & sell goods or (and) services. Not nice. I've been really busy deleting them, as fast as I CAN delete them .... they are back agian. Spam. It ain't KOSHER, 'ya know !! !!

            I went to a great Memorial Day Parade, and a celebration of that town's EMT squad, of which our son is the EMTs Treasurer (he is a CPA). Had good time.

            Now you are all caught up, and I ?? i am VERY VERY tired !! !!
            Last edited by SandyBoy; May 26th, 2008, 09:03 PM.

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            • #7
              wheel play

              O K Thank you for the update. Also, thanks for the info re wheel play. Turns out to be idler arm bushings and wheel bearings. Will be driving the old bird from La Crosse Wi. to Bar Harbour Me. this June.

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