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Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: Lake Charles, Louisiana
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stick with moog joints. They are greaseable and they have a good warranty. Changing ball joints is a drawn out job. Be prepared to spend about 1/2 a day when you do it. I did mine about a year ago and its not hard but its not the easiest thing in the world to do.
1997 Single Cab Dually, S366 w/ Irate mount and plenums, EFuel, Intercooler, P.I.S 175/80s, Corbeau seats w 08 console, 19.5s, 6637, Black Interior with swede headliner and visors, Custom badges, Flight Fab Traction Bars.