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  1. Fox Fader
    10-06-2010 11:54 AM - permalink
    Fox Fader
    You have to take off the steering knuckle to get to the ball joints. The caliper HAS to come off, you may be able to do it with the rotor on, but it will just be in the way. The rotor is too easy to get off to deal with the trouble of it beeing on.
  2. injun_ear
    09-28-2010 07:09 AM - permalink
    Hi there....I was looking at your thread about the Ball Joint replacement and have a dumb question....Can I do the lower Ball without removing the Caliper and Rotor from the Hub? I'm pretty sure I need them based on tire wear only on the passenger side. I'm sort of in hurry as I have to vacate my house (sold) and use my van to move some stuff to fl.

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    Columbus, GA USA
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