Mohammad Javaid Malik: i op[en my shop just learn from you thank you for good and nice video
Paul Bevillard: 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!
Lysle Anderson: Great video-especially the correct combination of rings and pressing adapters for the ball joint press. Would have taken me weeks to figure it all out on my own. Thanks.
1A Auto Parts: Thanks for watching. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
duradim1: Your video helped me a lot. Thank you. And I will keep you in mind for parts.
1A Auto Parts: HI Gabriel, We currently do not have an auto repair video that shows this particular repair. We'll keep this request in mind in the event that we need to make this repair in the future. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
Gabriel williams: I have a 2000 expedition any videos on spindle repair
1A Auto Parts: It may, or it could just be bad bushings.
blackriflex39: will the vehicle sqweak like crazy on bumpy roads and when pulling through a parking lot if the ball joints are shot.
1A Auto Parts: HI Tyson, you can place a bar under the tire or the vehicle, and lift up on the bar while you check to see if the ball joint moves up and down. if it does it's worn and should be replaced.
PART 2 How To Install Replace Lower Ball Joint 97-03 Ford F-150 Expedition 1AAuto.com5
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