PART 2 How To Install Replace Lower Ball Joint 97-03 Ford F-150 Expedition 1AAuto.com




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Joe Tart: Thanks for the video. Saved me a lot of money.

Nhan Ha: This Expedition looks like it just came out of the junk yard

the74impala: 12mm 12pt socket for any driveline bolt on a Ford I have ever seen. Did it change between 97/98? Great video and great company to deal with by the way.

JackOfAllTrades: I thought the wheel bearing/hub nut had to be hand tight only? Or atleast on a Ford F150.

First name Last name: You guys are awesome love your vids. All i need is some of those tools

8068: Thanks for the videos.  I just finished replacing both lower ball joints on a 1998 Expedition after watching your videos.  Took the Expedition to the alignment shop (for a front end alignment post new ball joints) and the mechanics commented the job was done right.   Do you have any videos that show how to replace the rear trailing arms in a 1998 Expedition?   Thanks again.

boboy Nunez: I just installed some new moog lower ball joints on my 03 ford ranger and after installing them and tightning the heck out of the casstle nut is it normal for the ball joint to still show some metal ?

orcoastgreenman: I ordered the 1asfk01726 kit and find that the new ball joint looks like it would fit, but does not have the metal flange sticking out past the boot and the boot does not seem to be removable, for me to have a metal surface on the ball joint to use the press tool on.
This is going on a 2WD 98 F150 xlt, 4.6l triton V8
Did I order the wrong kit? Or is the boot definitely removable? I don't want to tear the boot, and have to take the press back tomorrow, so need to order the right ball joints or figure out how to get these boots off.

Mohammad Javaid Malik: i op[en my shop just learn from you thank you for good and nice video

P B: This is exhausting work. I commend you for your tenacity. Rust is not man's best friend.

Lisa Partridge: great video,just what I wanted to know

cody shuffs: the best place to find videos for my stubborn f150!!

Scott Collum: great video

Bruce B: excellent video

covercalls88: Great video, very helpful.  I can see where you had so many problems working with such a rusty vehicle. 

FlyingDutchmanHans: What differences would there be if one were doing this on a 2 wheel drive vehicle?

ak fabrications: Very helpful video . Thank you

Ron Sedlacko: thanx

Chuck Bryant: Thanks. This series is very helpful.

Richard Porter: Great video! This is exactly what I needed to see!
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