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Moog ball joint #'s ?

Yes, I have searched. In fact, I have it memorized that the moog lowers for my 2004 4x4 is part number k8695t. I went to order some from rockauto and they are saying the part is k80771, they don't even have the other one listed. I went on another car parts site, and they said both will fit my truck. Kinda confused, whats the difference? Is one oversized or hd or something? Will either part work/fit fine?
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Both will fit, but I'd go with the K80771. It is Moog's "Problem Solver" ball joint.
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Thanks guys, helps alot. So if I'm understanding this right, both parts fit a torsion bar suspension. But the k80771 is the problem solver, which means its slightly oversized to fit tighter in a stretched LCA hole. Now I wonder if mine has problems that need solving.....
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