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It is a ball joint on the bottom end. Unbolt the nut and remove the trac bar, you might have to beat it down to get it off, I used a rubber mallet and it was pretty easy. The ball joint will need to be pressed out, you can rent a ball joint kit from the auto parts store for this for free. I had to cut an inch or so at the end of my lower trac-bar ball joint to get the ball joint tool to work. I didn't cut into the treads, just cut hexagonal section used for tightening. Depending on how many miles you have, it might be worth just replacing the lower ball joint anyways.
1999 F250 4x4 with 2004 Cummins backed by a BTS transmission, '06 axles suspension, 4.5" lift, smoothed/painted frame, FASS 150/150, Hellmann Performance Fuel Sump, ARP head studs.
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