Question about Ford F-250 Super Duty
I assume you are talking about ball joints. The factory ball joints are held in place with rivets. They need to be chiseled or ground off. Then you will probably need a ball joint splitter. They are a cheap tool and common. You simply place the ball joint splitter over the ball and hammer the end to separate the joint. Your new ones will bolt in. I hope this was helpful and what you were refering to.
Posted on Feb 16, 2010
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