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Does anyone know if Carli makes ball joints for our trucks? I'm gettting ready to go through the front end of my truck completely and I want to get some ball joints that will last a while. If not Carli then what should I go with. I don't wanna do this again for a while.
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Those or Spicer. I have the Spicer hd ones on my truck with no complaints, about 35,000kms so far and still tight. I've installed moog ones and had them fail on both trucks and cars, so I don't touch them any more.
Im lookin around for ball joints too. Does Carli not have ball joints for our trucks? Our truck years aren't listed. Where can I get Carli ball joints for a 01?
01 NV5600 4x4 : AFE intake manifold, AFE stage 2 intake, Raptor 100, Edge juice w/Attitude and Hot Unlock, 4" exhaust with PacBrake exhaust brake, leveled, 35's on black pacer 17's, custom front and rear bumpers with winches, Line-exed rockers, de-badged.
Moog has a new series that came out a while back. It's a metal on metal joint, so no nylon or Teflon crap in there and they are greasable. I have one set in, and no problems yet. I've got my front end in good shape at the moment. I'm not interested in paying that kind of cash for ball joints when the work is minimal on my part. I can have one side apart in <30 mins and have someone else press them out and in for $20.
Custom pinstriped Power Wheel. I started out with very little... I still have most of it. Feel free to PM me anytime.
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