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Old 12-14-2019, 03:21 PM   #1
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Here's what I've done so far, replaced the left half shaft, upper and lower ball joints, right hub assemble, both spindles, rotated the tires, removed both half shaft and front drive shaft,



There's a noise in the right front that I hear going forward but is way worse when going around a left have curve,

any more ideas guys, I'm at the point of selling it
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Brakes dragging?
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Old 12-15-2019, 09:44 AM   #3
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But would that make noise that gets worse when you turn a certain direction?
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Lower control arm bushings allowing unwanted movement??
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Ya think that would make a noise only when I make a left turn ?


I'm ready to sell it as either a wop or junk right now I swapped rotors from side to side, glad as hell I didn't order rotors


But I'm serious, right now first 500 takes it away
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"All good things must come to an end". I've replaced MOBO and PSU on a computer, checked everything twice, run with minimal components and it's still DOA. I haven't given up, but getting close.
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Im gonna cry if I sell it
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"All good things must come to an end". I've replaced MOBO and PSU on a computer, checked everything twice, run with minimal components and it's still DOA. I haven't given up, but getting close.
Tried it without the case?

Agreed, wolfen - check those control arm bushings.
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Checked.....no excessive play
A man at my work used o build Dakotas, I took him for a ride to Duck thru today, he confirmed its the hub bearing on the right side, I'm gonna order two when I can from Rock Auto, BUT I'm not ordering the cheapest anymore, Mevoteck is about to get a email from me about warranty information because the brand new one makes the same darn noise


I really really don't want to sell it, its my baby its a power house with the 3.9 Magnum and its a sleeper as far as not getting stuck, People look under it and see the two rubber plugs that the Dana 35 series use and say eewww a 35, what the don't know is the rear is out of a 75 dodge 1/2 ton pickup with the axles shortened and the housing shortened and its a posi, the front has a lever actuated locker that locks at 1/4 turn around, when its in 4wd and is open when its in 2wd
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Mevoteck has a couple of grades, most if not all of their price point stuff is pure junk, Moog is headed the same way.
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Mevoteck has a couple of grades, most if not all of their price point stuff is pure junk, Moog is headed the same way.
When I was running žs, Moog was the Gold Standard. I know, times change.
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Old 12-17-2019, 04:21 PM   #12
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Mevoteck has a couple of grades, most if not all of their price point stuff is pure junk, Moog is headed the same way.



yea, sucks too, problem is I don't have hundreds to spend on high priced mo[par or AC Delco hubs

I don't mind changing them every year of two, with the offset of my rims and the height of my truck two years is pretty good, I put 200 AC Delco's on i after I first got it and they lasted two years the Mevteck's lasted a year and a half so far










Oh VERY IMPORTANT .....would a loose upper ball joint cause the noise? I took the wheel off and found the upper on the right side is unscrewing itself, guess I didn't pull hard enough of the pipe wrench, so i beat the hell out of a monkey wrench and tightened it. till I get that socket
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It could but only if it's causing something rotating to hit something else.

How about Timkens for $132?> https://www.amazon.com/Timken-513109.../dp/B000BZ6YSQ
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I just got done with a test drive, here's what i did first, I installed a brand new never been used Hub, torqued the mounting bolts to 110 ft lobs of torque and the shaft bolt to 190ft lbs of torque as per the manual, installed the caliper tightened the slide bolts to the proper torque, the noise is still there, But I did notice two things, 91) it doesn't start until the rotors start warming up, but now its always there at 35mph and louder if I go around a left curve also when I'm going straight, now, that makes me wonder, could it be the brakes? dragging perhaps?, not releasing totally on one side? it does now pull slightly one way or the other?
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Correct rotor, calipers and pads?
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Correct rotor, calipers and pads?

Yes it is the correct rotors calipers and pads
I ordered rebuild kits for the calipers I'll get rotors here locally
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