Originally Posted by CT Performance, Inc.
I'd get XRF's or if you want the best we sell the Dynatrac ones....rebuildable without having to remove them.
PM me if interested.
I had no idea such a thing exsisted, or was even possible... more info? Got a link to post?
Myself, I've just bought the Moog ones from the local Advance Auto Parts, they come with a lifetime warrentee, and I've had no issues geting them replaced... but having a buddy that works there could be part of the ease of replacement! Granted, that doesn't cover my labor.
The trick is keep them greased, the upper ones are difficult to grease, the grease fitting gets hit by the axle universal joint, so it normally has to be removed for use, a small plug installed, and then you swap them out when you grease them... which means it's a PITA to do, and the uppers never get grease! I have found a low-profile 90 degree grease fitting that clears the universal joint at a hardware store a long time ago... would be worth looking for next time I do ball joints.