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Looking for good reliable and quality upper and lower ball joints 99 ford E150 4.2L V6 is a work VAN. I carry weight on the van I'm looking to replace the upper lower ball joints with something good & reliable,what's out there!!!

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Re: Looking for good upper and lower ball joints ford E150

RockAuto Parts Catalog has them ranging in price from $5 to $45.

I've always been a fan of Moog suspension parts and I hear that Raybestos professional grade parts are good. They also have Motorcraft joints.

If you are interested in ordering from RockAuto let me know and I'll hook you up with a 5% off code.
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Re: Looking for good upper and lower ball joints ford E150

If you want reliable, go with the OEM ball joints. I just replaced my upper (needed the whole arm) and lowers and my truck had 251,000 miles. I don't know how long it'll keep going so I bought the aftermarket. Now I'll have to grease them. The OEM were greaseless. Mine is a 2002 F150.

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Re: Looking for good upper and lower ball joints ford E150

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If you want reliable, go with the OEM ball joints. I just replaced my upper (needed the whole arm) and lowers and my truck had 251,000 miles. I don't know how long it'll keep going so I bought the aftermarket. Now I'll have to grease them. The OEM were greaseless. Mine is a 2002 F150.
thanks for the help.that is a good idea cane not go wrong with a OEM parts.
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