Ball joint snapped in offshore tubular control arm!!! - Page 8 - Chevelle Tech
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post #106 of 107 (permalink) Old May 22nd, 18, 3:25 PM
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Re: Ball joint snapped in offshore tubular control arm!!!

UMI UMI UMI.

Did I mention UMI? the good stuff for reasonable prices.

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post #107 of 107 (permalink) Old May 22nd, 18, 7:53 PM
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Re: Ball joint snapped in offshore tubular control arm!!!

When I had my shop opened, I gave the customer a choice on which suspension parts they wanted me to use. After having both lower ball joints fail on a Dodge ram within a month of each other, I never gave them a choice again. I only used Moog and haven't looked back. I have never had a failure like this before but didn't want to risk it.

I can't remember where I saw the post at, but there was a post about Moog parts being made in different countries. I went and checked my ball joints for my S10 and mine said made in USA.

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