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I need to install ball joint on 1997 honda accord.

Need to install ball joint on a 1997 honda accord

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You need ball joint spreader to start with, but which joint did you need to change?

Posted on Jun 01, 2009

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Ball Joint - Lower Operation: 0900823d8004b222.jpg
  1. A joint or connection where a ball moves within a socket, allowing a rotary motion while the angle of the rotation axis changes.
  2. A suspension component that attaches the steering knuckle to either control arm featuring a ball-and-socket joint to allow pivoting in various directions. Also known as a spherical joint.
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