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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-08-2007, 02:14 PM
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Re: Ball Joint ?

I think the dude is high on crack. I have never heard of anything wrong with Moog. I have had duralast produsts in the past that didn't last so I would go with Moog and not worry about it. Maybe the fumes from his chebby has givin him dain bramage.

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wrenchin is what I do for a living and moog is the only way to go. You should go back to AZ and tell that guy he should grease his ball joints.

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Was it installed properly? Did they lube it up properly? How often has it failed? Those are important questions. Moog is the cats meow. not sure about it's azz.

Sounds like someone is trying to push their products.

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Cant go wrong with Bob's kit from the PowerStrokeShop.

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Cant go wrong with Bob's kit from the PowerStrokeShop.

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Cant go wrong with Bob's kit from the PowerStrokeShop.
That's who I figure on ordering from when the time comes. I'm saving up for a Dynatrac kit and while I have the front axle that torn apart, I might as well do the ball joints at the same time.
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