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Old 08-14-2010, 12:57 AM   #1
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front end parts

wheres the best place to buy front end parts tie rod ends, ball joint/king pins,etc for a class''a'' deisel pusher-like on line ,local,etc
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These are standard medium or heavy duty truck parts, depending on your specific chassis and who made it. Who supplied that front axle to the truck manufacturer - Meritor, Freightliner Alliance? Have that information available and start with a local business that suppiles parts for truck repairs. Truck dealers, truck parts suppliers, NAPA truck Parts, etc.
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Depends on what front-end you have, as Fleetman already said. Once you identify that, parts should be widely available at truck shops and NAPA stores.

If you have Freightliner chassis, parts are available direct from Freightliner or through their dealers, even though they buy some of their front ends from suppliers like ZF.
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