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so i am in need of new ball joints for the drivers side of my truck. my truck is a 2002 f250 lifted with 37 in toyo mt's and i have been considering upgrading my balljoints to the dynatrac ones. i was wondering if anyone had these and if they are worth the money, i found them for $600 for the set, which seems rather high considering that OEM joints are half that. are they really that much better then OEM and is it worth it to put them in?
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Ehhh, they are great balljoints but not worth the money IMO. I would suggest the MOOG units, they are upgraded from the OEM design and dont cost an arm and a leg. U should get about a 60-80k mile service life out of them

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I just ordered moogs off of ebay for 200 shipped it is a steal. the dyna tracs are rebuild-able but how much does it cost to rebuild em??

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ok, i just talked to an offroad shop here in my town and they said that the moog units have gone down in quality over the years and that spicer is the way to go, being that they are stronger than the moogs and will last longer, anyone have any advice?
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Looking for the same info!

2000 F250 7.3L EX.Cab Short Bed -05 Front end w/ HID's - Leveling shackles - Wicked wheel - Dipricol gauges - FORD AIS intake - Foil Delete - LINE-X Rockers - CCV dump - 315/70/17 BFG A/T with Eagle Alloy 197's - ELC w/ coolant filter and around the belt hose - PHP Hydra - Hpress oil x

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