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Just the tie rod ends and pivot point on the tie rod, that's on a stock truck

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Check your u-joint's as well because some people replace them with greaseable ones
 
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99 & 00, F350s, manual and auto, Ext & Crew Cab, 4x2 & 4x4, need more room!
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99 & 00, F350s, manual and auto, Ext & Crew Cab, 4x2 & 4x4, need more room!
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Should have added - not only the front end, and the drive shaft(s) U-joints, but also the sway bar links.
 

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Can someone please explain to me where all the greaseable points via grease zerks are on a 97 7.3L 4x2 F350 Long Bed.
Like most automakers, Ford realized that greasing does more damage than NOT, and that sealed components last longer than those whose seals are constantly being blown out by too much grease & dirt being pumped in by zealous owners. This shows all the service points:


This TSB is about U-joints:

 

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And here all this time I thought sealed bearings were because no one was greasing them . . .
 
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