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Special wrench required for pulling off ball joints?

Is there a special wrench required for pulling off the upper ball joints on a 99' Dodge Ram Van 1500? I'm trying to remove the upper ball joints on my van and they look like they screw in.

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Hi my name is Allen!

Yes there are 2 tools you will need.
1- C-4212F Ball Joint Remover and Installer
2-DD-1278 Coil Spring Compressor

Be very careful as these springs can be very dangerous.

Good News: You should be able to rent are they may even let you borrow them at AutoZone or some other auto parts store.

For further asistance you may reach me at FixYa!

Posted on Dec 28, 2008

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