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Old 12-03-2010, 07:05 AM
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So I finally broke down and put new rubber on the truck and WANTED to get an alignment, but low and behold both lower ball joints are a tad bit loose.

So who has the best price? I was told that powerstrokeshop has a kit, but I cant get the site to come up.

I'm most likely going to do uppers while I've got every thing torn apart.
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Ive used napa for them.....theres two different ones, both seemed okay
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rockauto maybe?
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i used napa in mine.
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Just make sure you only use Moog joints with zerk fittings, otherwise you will be doing it again, and again.
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i think mine were the moog. cant remember right off.
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Just make sure you only use Moog joints with zerk fittings, otherwise you will be doing it again, and again.
x2 Moog has a lifetime warranty and moog will cover labor also if they go bad.
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I am in the same boat. About 15K ago i was told the right lower was loose. Now i have a knocking sound coming from the left side upon bumps and caster situations and suspension travel. I plan on replacing all four. I know we also need Axle knuckle seals and shaft seals but dont know parts numbers or price.
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