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Old 02-19-2012, 12:25 PM   #1
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So, I just ordered the parts for the Jeep. All 4 ball joints, front lower control arms and front track bar. EAD Offroad out of Denver got my business and even though the order was just placed, I feel good about the company. Hope we get to do more business in the future. Now the wait begins for the parts to show up and the weather to be nice enough for me to spend about 6-8 hours in the garage replacing everything.

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You doing the ball joints yourself?

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Yep, I am pretty handy on those type of repairs, heard that AutoZone offers the Ball Joint press in their Loan-A-Tool program. Seems pretty straight forward from the YouTube video I watched.
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Yep, I am pretty handy on those type of repairs, heard that AutoZone offers the Ball Joint press in their Loan-A-Tool program. Seems pretty straight forward from the YouTube video I watched.
Was the vid "2 parts"

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it look pretty easy, with the proper tooling/press.
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Yea, it was the 2 parter, was posted on another thread the other day. Issue will be not doing it when really cold outside.
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Yea, it was the 2 parter, was posted on another thread the other day. Issue will be not doing it when really cold outside.

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