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I am looking for ball joints for a 2001 ford ranger xlt extended cab 4x4, The problem I am having is figuring out which upper ball joint is the correct one for my vehicle. I was looking to use moog ball joints. Could some one point me in the right direction. Thank you
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Uppers you have to do the whole control arm. At least my 06 does, I'd imagine the 04 is the same.
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I really need to know what the part numbers are so I can order the correct ones.
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Click ford, click the year, click ranger, click engine size, click suspension, click control arms, find upper control arm, click add to cart, click proceed to checkout, pay, wait for mail, open box, take off tire, undo some nuts, replace, done.
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Thank you, Boy do they have good prices. The local autopart store is more expensive. Thank you again.
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