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What is a ball joint?

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2009-07-07 01:02:23
2009-07-07 01:02:23

The ball joints on your car, are the flexible joints that connect the suspension control arm to the steering knuckle (the part of your axle that actually holds the wheel and allows it to turn left-right, but not up-down.

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