Question about 1999 Mazda B-Series
They make a special tool to press the ball joint (pin) out of the back of the wheel hub. I use a prybar and hammer. Position the prybar under the frame in such a way that you can apply downward pressure on the control arm. The bolt should still be installed holding the control arm to the frame. While applying as much downward pressure as possible on the prybar, hit the ball joint housing on the wheel hub with the hammer sharply and repeatedly until the ball joint falls free. I know it sounds terrible to hit your truck with a hammer, but you are not going to hurt it.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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