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Old 08-03-2007
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Well I'm selling soon so they wont be my problem
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Originally Posted by Twoplusone
Beware of Moog lowers. I have had two go bad on me in the course of a month and a half. Provided I did a lot of wheeling and I'm lifted; I prefer the Napa Gold/Fleet Ball Joints. Put these in about two and a half years ago and they're still goin strong (they have blue boots).
I went to NAPA and asked about those before I bought the MOOGs last year. The guy at NAPA told me that the Fleet series balljoints were discontinued.
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