1996-2002 Toyota 4Runner Ball Joint - Replacement - Front Upper, Greasable, Direct Fit
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REPLACEMENT BALL JOINT
Replace immediately when measurements indicate that the ball joints have worn beyond the manufacturer's specified limits for safe operation.
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- Location: Front Upper
- Type: Greasable
- Product Fit: Direct Fit
- Quantity Sold: Sold Individually
- Anticipated Ship Out Time: 1-2 Business Days
- Notes: Includes mounting hardware
- Warranty: 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty
- 1996-2002: All Submodels; All Engines;
Mixed opinion by , March 1, 2015
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I got the upper ball joint with the lower ball joint as a set thinking it was as good a price as the lower joints were. My local auto was $15-$22 for same comparable part. These were $40At the time of purchase I did not realized this was a compression fitting as this was my first attempt in replacing. The compression kits at local auto parts is a joke. I eventually had to find an auto repair place to have a different ball joint pressed in. This ball joint did not pass through the hole to the compression part like another brand I had to buy locally. The metal ring which holds the rubber boot is bigger and caused damage to the boot when trying to pass through the hole. Mechanic stated the ring can be removed. It didn t appear that I should have to remove. Note:on the sequoia the arm for the compression hole did not allow me to use all the correct parts of the compression kit.