Join Date: Dec 2006
Location: Middle of South Carolina
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Very true, you do need a press. It can be done with a big hammer but this way is not recommmended. Usually you can rent a press from auto parts stores and you really dont need much for tools to do it. 8-900 bucks for a ball joint job...wow
Last time i did mine it took about 4 hours but i did bearings and seals too.
Noisy, knockin, fartin, smokin, chuggin, nasty, dirty, stinky, blown, turboed, natural aspirated, fuel waxin, oil leakin, torque makin love of my life Diesels.
96' F-350, Snorkel, Programmer, Big Injectors, hood stack, 10" lift, Locked and spooled Rockwells, 53" V-treads.
I also have an quad cab cummins, 6 speed, air raid, fass, 4 inch straight pipe, & Smarty tuner.
I like places so cold you can spread diesel fuel on your toast like apple jelly.