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1991 Bronco with loose steering

Im looking at purchasing a 91 bronco and the steering is very loose on it. Somebody said it could be the ball joint What is this? What else could the problem be? Should I purchase the truck?

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I think you would be better off to shop around, What you don't need is to buy someone elses problem, if it was a easy fix or cheap fix whoever your thinking of buying it from would have had it fixed. There are plenty of others out there be patent and shop around its a buyers market right now.

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