:shock: How did you accomplish that??? What size tires you running?I shattered the spider gears inside the differental and had to replace them
So you smashed the balljoint off of its mount? I dunno, that doesn't seem easier than doing it the regular way Tad described...I've done both my lowers, they were about $50 from advance auto, and took like 2 hours. (on a rodeo)seperate the ball joint from the plate with a sledge hammer
Yup. Same here. High qualilty 555 parts in a Moog box.cruiserman said:I'm not sure about the late model Trooper parts, but the ball joints that I replaced on my '86 Trooper came with a new plate. Unbolt and bolt new ones in place. No pressing required. These were aftermarket, Japanese parts.