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I can feel every crack I roll over 1995 Mercury Grand Marquis.

I got new inner and outer tie rods done,new stabalizing pins, new gear box and pitman arm,new roters and pads.ball joints greased,front end alignment.

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  • JacDempsey Dec 08, 2008

    I really appreciate you guys. that was my thoughts too but I did'nt think of gas filled. thanks a lot

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    can you put self threading grease fittings after drilling a hole in the ball joint case and tie rod ends on a 1998 grand voyager van

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    Is it just a Wheel Alignment problem or are they BS me. Right rear tire balled on outside of tire, new tires bought in June 2013. Company says that my wheel alignment is out and they are telling me that I have to replace the Tie Rods and shocks?

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I see you have replaced everything on front end but one thing, the shocks,a good set of gas filled shocks will give you a better ride..

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