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|Ball Joint Attachment Type:||Bolt On|
|Ball Joint Included:||Yes|
|Ball Joint Installed:||Yes|
|Ball Joint Stud Type:||Threaded|
|Control Arm Material:||Steel|
|Control Arm Type:||Stamped|
|Grease Fittings Included:||No|
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Q:I've been having trouble with my alignment far quite some time. I replaced all shocks and struts around the vehicle (but the ride is still more bumpy than it should be), breaks and calipers and put on new tires. My alignment is still off. Could changing my control arms on both sides improve my alignment?
A:I'm glad to assist Landylan2330! If your control arms or bushings have worn out that can affect the ability to get a proper alignment. The vehicle will still need to be aligned after installing the parts. There are some kits available to assist with doing your alignment yourself. If you prefer to have a professional align your vehicle and need help finding a mechanic, please try our 'Need repair help?' link further down this page.