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Icon14 How to how to tell if your ball joints are bad

Hey guys,

So here is my latest video on how to tell if your ball joints are bad.


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**Also, if the video was helpful, give it a “thumbs up” on YouTube (it helps me out, thanks)***

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Fixed it. Youtube Couldnt process my video (first time that ever happened). Thanks for the heads up!
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Good Video...
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I had some creek, I said creek cause it was only doing it once... I had to re-grease the glide pins again...the lower one was not quite as free moving as the top one....all new hardware last year and I greased the pins back in April when I started hearing that one creek sound.
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Good video.
Shows the right way to check things out for yourself.
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I had some creek, I said creek cause it was only doing it once... I had to re-grease the glide pins again...the lower one was not quite as free moving as the top one....all new hardware last year and I greased the pins back in April when I started hearing that one creek sound.
Nice! So the guide pins were causing the creek? Would have never guessed that! Did you have uneven break wear?

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Good video.
Shows the right way to check things out for yourself.
Thanks man! That is my goal with these how to videos! Appreciate the feedback!
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