1776 Libertarian: Are those special washers on the upper control arm just to make sure it stays where they're supposed to be after alignment? They aren't essential are they?
Nelly Cobos: Best video seen and very detailed.
1shredderx: Nice work. "Tap the steering knuckle" lol, one hell of a "tap".
bobby williams: I thank you sharing the video. It explained the procedure so even a non-mechanically incline person could comprehend. Being mechanically inclined, I just don't have the facility or special tools to tackle such a job. Great training aid.
James Hansen: great video, how much time to do all 4 ball joints on my 1999 ford f150 4 wd?
Adventures of AndreaAG: bad
browneye77: Wish I had seen this video before I changed out my ball joints! BTW, love the hat!
05tech: I have a 2010 GMC Sierra 1500... I didn't see a grease fitting on my ball joint? Is this something I just have to add myself?
Kari Farley Winn: Good video & easy to understand. About to tackle the exact thing tonight. Thanks for taking the time to post it!
Wassel Azmeh: Helo
Noah Rule: wash. the truck out probably will help with everything
Raymond Broderick: Looks easy, if I had a lift to put the work at a comfortable work height. Why didn't you press the lower ball joint out rather than hammer it? That couldn't have been good for the arm or arm bushings. Nice video.
Jamie: Oh my god I thought that was rust at first, but actually looks to be Red Georgia clay?
Chino Moreno Aviles Sanders: que buen video, se ve facil pero se tiene que conocer acerca del tema
email@example.com: Thanx a lot .. great help!
Titan Ropero: you make it look easy...
jason mugle: Check out this video on YouTube:
nikDAkillathrilla: Cost of parts?
Carmedix: you make it look easy bro. about to do this back to back, both of them 99 f150's