Joel Klassen: Wow, what an amazing DIY! I know this must have taken a lot of work, and
appreciate you sharing.
Johnny Payton: Great job!
fastodie: So thats whats making one of my companies work truck squeak when you drive
it around ! Embarrassing to drive around squeaking ever where lol
Jascinto Green: Can I do it with just a normal heavy duty jack ?
MILTON MOORE: Can you do one for a 97 mustang?
Christopher Skinner: This is an excellent video ... need one of those lifts in my garage!.
Suggest adding torque specs on the upper control arm, lower and upper ball
joints and wheel bearing nut. Also I have what look to be "shims" on the
upper control arm pivot bolt (nut end) and they seem to hold the upper
control arm in a fixed position with no adjustment. Since the frame is
slotted one must have to use different "shims" to get the alignment
correct; no mention of this in the Hayne's manual. My alignment guy's
problem ... which will be my pocket problem. Again great job lighting and
audio ... real help.
John McConnaughy: Very informative video with great shots of the parts and locations.
Mechanic is knowledgeable and speaks clearly with authority. One thing
that I don't have is a lift and working at stool level is more challenging.
All in all very pleased with the time spent watching this show.
Austin Matthews: Nice video and work area!
rockd810: Thanks, this is the best explained and easy to follow instructions on
Youtube. Keep them coming.
Dusty Snow: good job bro.
Owen Downer: Great job man. You made it look very easy.
Tim Kloppenberg: It has been twenty years or more since I replaced ball joints. This video
was a huge help as I replaced both sides lower ball joints and upper
control arms on my 97 F150 4x4 today. Thanks!
Dru Chiusano: Haha now tap the ball joint knuckle...whack whack whack holy crap haha
melaniew77msn: Great video. You are fast at working, speak clearly and the camera operator
was in the right spot to show us what you were doing. Bravo
ambercrombie789: How long do I have from the time they start squeaking till I am in
mechanical trouble from the wear? Dodge Ram 2001
kenjams: Excellent, best explanation of this for me. Thanks bud.
doughboyracing: Very informative and helpful. I just did this to my 2001 F150 Supercrew
after getting new tires. 178K miles. Not bad, but I've had a feeling
they've been bad for a few months or so. Thanks again, it really helped to
see someone doing the exact job I did.
trey bone: i have a 2001 ford expedition that squeaks when i hit a bump turn my wheel
an driving slow is this common in ford trucks and should i replace the ball
joints or shocks?????
Alberto Rodriguez: is also similar to 1998-2003 Expedition awd/4x4
rahs98991: I have watched a number of these videos on this and you are by far the best
out there as most the others have people taking parts off that dont have to
be taken apart well done Ihave done so many trucks like this for the same
problem Ford had their heads up their ass when the designed these trucks
Dan Nguyen: Good job! I learned a lot watching this!
run8: Thanks! Your video helped me do the repairs to my F-150.
Vincent Sanford: very nice video but no mention of the axleshaft line up
danielh35: You know I had a hard time installing my lower joints. I didn't have a
press so I just heated the frame with a blow torch and tapped it with a
hammer with no problems.
MrMjsmith626: Sorry about the typo...LOL!. That was suppose to say RACING GREASE.
roadragecustoms: @kas0016 You need to have them, at least, in the right general area. It is
ideal, but not always practical to have the vehicle on the ground when you
tighten them. You don't want to have the control arms 90 degrees from where
they belong at ride height when you tighten them.
Kelvin Lyons: That was a job done well!
pongaulong83: I'd gladly take any other tips or pointers you might have for my task as
well, thanks again.
alfredo banos: very nice ..it seems easy, whwre do i get the special tool?
Jorge Morales: This is the way how to make a tuturial.... thanks.
cdawg4391: I like how the new joints have a grease fitting.
decojuicer: Very helpful. Any chance you can be at my house in the next 15 minutes. I
can pay in beer and bbq.
Silas: hmmm, this looks easy... not... lol but can this be used also as a guide
for a 1999 ford ranger??
Mapp2004: same set up
sparky55s: I could not have finished this job without you. I had to take a sledge to
my lower ball joint and could not remove the other part without the pickle
fork. thanks again !!
AntiHippie: Turn your goddamn brights off. You're in a subdivision.
sinaloa4321: thank you for the video , you did a great job man. Now a can fix my truck
thanks to you!
Sherman Tello: Great video! I thought the squeaking was my shocks. Now I have something to
do next Sunday lol
jackiebooda: Awesome video! I have a question, i have a nice 1994 ford f150 and i need
to take fenders & the front clip because its rusted right by the body
mounts on both sides so is there any easier way to do it?
Paramu Siva: COULD CLEARLY UNDERSTAND THE BALLJOINTS AND ITS IMPORTANT. GOOD
EXPLANATION. ERODE PARAMU, INDIA
Brookster Q: I was looking for ball joint grease fittings on my 01 F 150 this video
taughtme that they don't exist stock
jerry b: great video....thanks.
Joe Echiveste: Great video....Will use it to replace on my 2003 p/u.
lolo41969: Can u get me the name of tools
jtbutah1977: After replacing upper and lower ball joint and outer tie ride the driver
side shakes. What would cause that
TheJackhammer81: great video!!! I would highly recommend this video to anyone who needs ball
joints on the expedition or explorer. Thank you for posting. Keep up the
Alberto Rodriguez: which brand of auto parts are those?
HornungMoeller: Did you try to grease them up before changing? If there was no play in them
maybe it could have helped?
Neflyte300zx: nice and easy! well done, the noise in 2:28 hurt my ears
fivelands1: Very very good, it is easy to follow. I watch this again again, till i
practice then i master. Watching is good to learn, but you need practice
later to master what you see. Edoardo