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Old 02-09-2013, 12:59 AM   #4481
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Im from Michigan, and brand new too the f150 forum. I work for Ford Motor Co. been with Ford since 1994. My dad also worked for Ford, thats how i got in. Also, the reason for my username. I work at FlatRock assembly plant, we build the Mustang, & soon will be building the Fusion. I drive a 2008 F150 XLT, 4X4, with a 5.4 liter. One awesome motor scooter! I was very excited too find a site like this, & will use ot often.
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Im from Michigan, and brand new too the f150 forum. I work for Ford Motor Co. been with Ford since 1994. My dad also worked for Ford, thats how i got in. Also, the reason for my username. I work at FlatRock assembly plant, we build the Mustang, & soon will be building the Fusion. I drive a 2008 F150 XLT, 4X4, with a 5.4 liter. One awesome motor scooter! I was very excited too find a site like this, & will use ot often.
Welcome. Are u Hourly or salary?
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I'm hourly. I forgot too mention also where i live. I live in Dundee, MI. I have 2 boys, & a step son. Been married for 3 yrs, & still madly in love with my wife!
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been around here on the forum for a little while, I am a designer for a brake and actuator company. Actually we are a small division of a major off road and agricultural tire company. I have a 1994 f150 that I have owned since new. currently in the process of upgrading and restoring it. not a frame off restore by any means, but would like it to be my daily driver again. 261,000 miles on the original 302, manual tranny and clutch.. runs and drive great....but some bad body rust. Iowa...salt....you know. Almost done replacing the suspension and all hangers etc... and don't brake lines....should get it done in a few hours, just came in to take a break.
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been around here on the forum for a little while, I am a designer for a brake and actuator company. Actually we are a small division of a major off road and agricultural tire company. I have a 1994 f150 that I have owned since new. currently in the process of upgrading and restoring it. not a frame off restore by any means, but would like it to be my daily driver again. 261,000 miles on the original 302, manual tranny and clutch.. runs and drive great....but some bad body rust. Iowa...salt....you know. Almost done replacing the suspension and all hangers etc... and don't brake lines....should get it done in a few hours, just came in to take a break.
Be sure to snap some pictures. Love to see progress
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My current place of employment is Pure Parts Company here in Kenedy, TX. We are actually NAPA Auto Parts, but for those of you who don't know this about NAPA stores.

Any store that is actually located outside of the distribution center isn't corporate owned as they are actually individual owners. Best way to explain this is that in Texas we have distribution centers in San Antonio, Houston, and Dallas.

Any of the NAPA stores you find in that area are all going to be corporate and any in towns far enough outside that circle will be like us! Kind of cool cause we are basically able to go outside of our "NAPA channels" to get parts for people if we can't get them from NAPA directly at that time.

Aside from that little rambling rant, I live in Karnes City, TX. Which is only about 10 minutes away from my job. I love my job and I couldn't be happier right now. I make good money, my boss is AWESOME, and I get to help people out all day. I've always been "customer service" oriented at other jobs, so this was a bit different cause I never dealt with automotive parts or even the industry in general, but it's been a big learning experience that I've enjoyed and will stick with forever now cause it's just knowledge that helps you along the way to bigger and better things!
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Question 4 wheel drive noises?

Hi everyone!
Im new too this site, so if im posting this in the wrong location, i apologize.
Just recently, i was driving too work & the roads were slick in some spots.
So, i was using the 4wheel drive on diff. occasions, like while passing other people,that dont know how too drive in those conditions. After turning on another road, i noticed a loud clicking noise coming from what i think was the front drivers side wheel. If i could guess it was the hub, trying too engage or disengage? At the time i was in 2 wheel drive. My question is, why did it do this & also, was i correct in what that noise was? How do i prevent it from happening again, & is it possible there was damage done too the hub?
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