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March 15, 2009, 06:56 PM

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Originally Posted by keebler View Post
ball joints are easy usually, but theres always that one that will not break free....replacing joint only or whole CA??

u-joints on driveshaft or we talking tripod/cv boots on the halfshafts from the front differential>?

btw you dont need those brass/copper clips that were on the lugs
Probably just the ball joint.
U-joint on front diff.

Yea, I know but they are easy to put back on so I did.


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