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How to Use a Ball Joint Press

Ball joints are designed to support a hub that connects a tire and wheel assembly with a vertical and lateral movement in all degrees.

How to Check a Front End Assembly

If you have worn out components on your front end assembly, it can cause a number of issues with your car.

How to Check Suspension Ball Joints

Ball joints are a suspension component that is found on virtually all vehicles.

How Long Does a Ball Joint Rear Last?

Your car’s rear ball joints are part of the suspension system, connecting the control arms to the wheels and enabling you to steer your vehicle.

How Long Does a Ball Joint Front Last?

Ball joints are an essential part of your car’s suspension.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Ball Joint (Rear)

Ball joints are the suspension component that connect the vehicle control arms to the wheel hub.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Ball Joint (Front)

Ball joints are an important suspension component found on virtually all modern vehicles.

How to Buy Good Quality Ball Joints

Even though the name sounds small, the function is big.

5 Essential Things to Know About Hitches, Balls, and Mounts

You may not realize it, but small cars are capable of towing up to 2,000 pounds safely, with full size trucks, vans and SUVs offering the ability to tow up to 10,000 pounds.

How Often Should the Steering System Be Inspected?

It’s usually better to fix an automotive problem early than to wait until it causes more damage or even an accident.

What Components of the Suspension or Steering Systems Are Prone to Fail?

In automotive usage, the term "suspension" refers to all of the parts that connect the vehicle to the road.