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Napa or moog ball joints???

Napa is cheaper, but I don't mind the cost

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go w/ the ford motorcraft ones....they are more expensive but i just replaced mine and they had 140K miles on them. Well worth spending a little extra IMO

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Napas chasiss line is a killer joint. Very high grade stell. Impressed...
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You can always spring for the dynatrac ones if you are sporting some large meaty tires.

Very expensive but rebuildable without pressing out of the knuckle. 600 for the set.

I would probably roll with the NAPA ones if they are greaseable. I don't think the Ford ones are...

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the ford ones i got had the zurk fittings on them....it surprised the hell out of me haha

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