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post #1 of 39 Old 04-24-2010, 07:19 PM Thread Starter
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good place to buy knuckle rebuild kits

i have another thread but got no love, maybe it was in the wrong section but basically im looking for a place that sells knuckle rebuild kits because the place i ordered king pin setup from has really crappy customer service. so basically i have a ball joint setup and not a kingpin setup so i cant use these parts that are coming anyways so im going to just send the kingpins back and get my 150 bucks back and now im on the lookout for a good place that sells ball joint replacement for ford dana 60's. my luck they probly stopped making em though lol
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no they didn't i just bought some moogs for my truck any good parts store will be able to hook you up

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no they didn't i just bought some moogs for my truck any good parts store will be able to hook you up
i was jk about the stop making them part. im not that bad a noob lol. what are moogs?
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Just ordered my moog ball joints from Summit they matched a price from another online store that had them for less but shipping was more than summit
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Yup, i would definitely recommend the Moogs. They have an upgraded design from the OEM that has a stronger internal bushing setup that is supposed to last longer.

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Yup, i would definitely recommend the Moogs. They have an upgraded design from the OEM that has a stronger internal bushing setup that is supposed to last longer.
oh yea? hmm ok so moog is the brand name eh. check. noice truck dude. my problem is i dk whether or not my truck has ball joints or kingpins. can i put up a pic of each side of the axle then maybe one of you guys would be able to tell me eh? or neh?
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put em up we can tell you

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ebpv gutted
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ok so two are the drivers side and three are the passenger i believe. it looks like kingpins on the drivers side but idk about the passenger
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lol at the u bolt missing a nut on it in one of the pics
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so jethro what do you think, am i a bj or a kingpin setup
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