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Iolaus' '90 Ball Joint Replacement
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01-13-2009, 12:21 AM
Join Date: Jun 2004
Location: Orange County, CA.
Bronco Info: Black '90 351 Bronco XLT, 6" Pro Comp stage II, 35" BFG ATs, K&N filter, Warn Premium Hubs
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That would be the upper BJ and if you were pushing/pulling on the tire and felt movement, and saw movement up here, you are doing the right thing in replacing BJ's.
So get on with it man!!!
I don't even see where you have been soaking them.
Haven't soaked them. I see you guys talking about PB Blaster? Is that like a penetrating oil? Would they have it at PepBoys, or Home Depot? I can run out for some first thing, and let them soak while I work.
*Edit* And I
know what part I was looking at.
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