How to replace the upper and lower ball joints on a 1995 4wd Tahoe 1500?

The balljoints on the Lower control arms are PRESSED, so you need to have a shop press them or get a balljoint kit, it usually helps if you have a impact gun, you can NOT remove the lower control arms unless you remove the torsion bars first, so i recommend letting a shop do it anyway.

I just replaced my ball joints on my 95 today on the lower ones they can be trickey to remove you can get a big pipe fitting that is the size of the joint and beat it out with a hammer it will take a few wacks but you can eventually get it out then when you go to put them back it you should have a jack stands under the frame where the doors are and have a floor jack under the control arm for when you take pressure off springs with the pickle fork then you need to take the balll joint to the bench grinder and lightly grind a little portion all the way around on the grouves that catch when they are put back in you will start out by popping it up in the grinding helps you wedge it in and catch next take a bottle jack and put it under the ball joint do not have the grease zerk in and jack up on the ball joint until the control arm comes off the floor jack then take a hammer and beat down on the control arm and work it down onto the ball joint you might have to move the bottle jack around until you get it all the way in and square im 19 and it took me from 8 in the morning to noon four hours i also took both upper controm arms out and took the knock out tabs out soe the toe adjustment could be adjusted and replaced upper ball joints and changed a tire on the back it looks harder than it is its actually really easy