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Old 08-04-2012, 04:03 PM
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Tie Rod/Ball Joint Kit

Hey all....I have a 4" lift, running 35's (Toyo's) and on stock steering etc - it seems a little too wobbly, I do get a front end wobble at highway speeds, and it wobbles a lot after hitting a bump.

Ball joints are loose, so it is a front end job...

Wondering what/if any good (actually best) kits are out there - I have trolled the forums and it seems that XRF make a good kit.

Q I have is - can we use a F250 "kit" - or are the Ex's unique in the front???

I want to buy a complete kit - ball joints, dry link, tie rods etc - and replace it all once for good - I want to buy the best (XRF offer a lifetime warranty)

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