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Old 09-11-2019, 01:51 PM   #4076 (permalink)
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EMF is making 2005+ ford ball joints now?
Yes, they fit 99-2019 f250 f350 axles..
They also have factory replacement tie rods in billet..
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Yes, they fit 99-2019 f250 f350 axles..
They also have factory replacement tie rods in billet..
awesome

are the f450/550 ball joints different?
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Yes, they list them as the same but it is a typo. The 05up f450 550 joints are bigger, 99-04 450/550 is the same as 250/350, thats probably what they meant..
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EMF has tie rod sets for 05-up superduty. We are a dealer for them and the new ball joints also. We have ball joints in stock for $550/set of 4 with tool kit.
If you want rebuildable billet tie rods, give is a ring or email..
Do you sell all the emf brand parts?
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Yes, we are a stocking dealer for many EMF products as they have a lead time and they are in canada. We are trying to keep the more popular products in stock. We have Ford ball joint sets, gm tie rods, straight shank tie rods and 3/4x3/4 heims. All are billet and rebuildable. We have a comparison of the EMF vs dynatrac ball joints on our facebook page.
We dont have these products up on the website yet, just message or call in..
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Yes, we are a stocking dealer for many EMF products as they have a lead time and they are in canada. We are trying to keep the more popular products in stock. We have Ford ball joint sets, gm tie rods, straight shank tie rods and 3/4x3/4 heims. All are billet and rebuildable. We have a comparison of the EMF vs dynatrac ball joints on our facebook page.
We dont have these products up on the website yet, just message or call in..
Nice, that it's great to hear. I have a bunch of emf medium rod ends and tre's. They are very nice and worth the money, but their lead time was over 8 months for 6 rod ends and tres... hoping maybe going through you would speed that up a bit(i mean a lot! )
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How stout are the stock '05+ lockouts....building up an axle, planning for 1550 shafts, 5.13 gear, spartan locker, full hydro with artec steering knuckle plates.

Should we plan for drive slugs too?
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If I pick up a 'Super 60' from a '10 F-450, could I swap out the dually hubs for SRW hubs?
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Nice, that it's great to hear. I have a bunch of emf medium rod ends and tre's. They are very nice and worth the money, but their lead time was over 8 months for 6 rod ends and tres... hoping maybe going through you would speed that up a bit(i mean a lot! )
I produce the Balljoint Delete Systems by American Iron Offroad for the 92-current D60’s with up to 3* adjustment for caster/camber and have had great success with it if you’re looking to ditch balljoints.
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I produce the Balljoint Delete Systems by American Iron Offroad for the 92-current D60ís with up to 3* adjustment for caster/camber and have had great success with it if youíre looking to ditch balljoints.
I've been eye fucking them too! honestly haven't found a cab im interested in using. I have an ly6-6.0, 6l80e, cough behemoth underdrive cough, Ford 205, 08 sd 60, 08 aam 14 bolt. So my drive train is waiting for the restand time
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Does anyone know if the barnes offset heims/tierod will clear diff on the 05+ axles.....trying to avoid the weld on steering kits to spend moeny elsewhere, curious if this would clear. Using stock knuckle holes.
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Does anyone know if the barnes offset heims/tierod will clear diff on the 05+ axles.....trying to avoid the weld on steering kits to spend moeny elsewhere, curious if this would clear. Using stock knuckle holes.
I recall someone on this site (maybe this thread) saying the offset TREs fit and clear full turn. (With straight tierod) I think they were from "ruff stuff". I don't know if he used a stock cover. (Their pretty thin) I believe he flipped the tierod to the top of the arms.
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I recall someone on this site (maybe this thread) saying the offset TREs fit and clear full turn. (With straight tierod) I think they were from "ruff stuff". I don't know if he used a stock cover. (Their pretty thin) I believe he flipped the tierod to the top of the arms.
this is what I am considering..Maybe raising them a little but keeping the tierod thru bolted in stock position....I know JHF claims that using the steering arms changes the ackerman for better steering etc. But stock these things steer awesome.
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this is what I am considering..Maybe raising them a little but keeping the tierod thru bolted in stock position....I know JHF claims that using the steering arms changes the ackerman for better steering etc. But stock these things steer awesome.
I believe it is so close that you couldn't use an aftermarket diff cover. But I was thinking you could either plate just the bottom of the stock cover or make some kind of guard that bolts on just the bottom.

On my project I used the stock tierod in the stock position. When I got an aftermarket diff cover, it hit on turn. I ended up grinding the cover right where it hit. It works for now, but I really don't like it. (I think the tierod is too low and not strong enough.) I may go with offsets or some high steer arms in the future.
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I believe it is so close that you couldn't use an aftermarket diff cover. But I was thinking you could either plate just the bottom of the stock cover or make some kind of guard that bolts on just the bottom.

On my project I used the stock tierod in the stock position. When I got an aftermarket diff cover, it hit on turn. I ended up grinding the cover right where it hit. It works for now, but I really don't like it. (I think the tierod is too low and not strong enough.) I may go with offsets or some high steer arms in the future.
right but what about an offset heim?
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Also has anyone done a diff cover comparison between say ruffstuff, barnes, motobilt, and TMR for which is the most shallow??
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I can't remember where but I remember see at least 2 offroad covers that are superduty specific and claim to clear the stock tie rod. Keep looking they are out there.
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I can't remember where but I remember see at least 2 offroad covers that are superduty specific and claim to clear the stock tie rod. Keep looking they are out there.
I know for sure Ruffstuff, Motobilt, and TMR all offer low profile SD-specific covers, which I believe is what he was talking about. I'm not aware of a Barnes SD cover, but maybe they have one in the works?
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right but what about an offset heim?
Don't know about them. But if you compare the offset to the one Ruff Stuff has, you probably could tell. It's not much of an offset.

The other thing I'm courious about is whether there is more clearance when you flip the tierod. It's hard to tell if it would be more or less. Of course high steer arms solve the problem. I guess you could put some kind of spacer at each knuckle. But if you have the spacer too thick, you will be in the ghetto fab thread. Lol.
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I can't remember where but I remember see at least 2 offroad covers that are superduty specific and claim to clear the stock tie rod. Keep looking they are out there.

all of those companies make a super duty specific cover, all good companies, just curious if any had the edge...
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I like the axle seal in the bearing cup. Makes so much more sense from a servicing standpoint to have it there than at the differential side.
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