Suspension Control Arm and Ball Joint Assembly
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Suspension Control Arm and Ball Joint Assembly
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Driveworks Suspension Control Arm and Ball Joint Assembly

Part No. 520-341 Warranty Details  

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Rigorously tested for sustained, secure performance by a team of product and quality engineers, Autocraft’s Control Arm & Ball Joint Assembly is designed for passenger safety. Our industry-leading evaluation process ensures a smooth ride, directional stability, and agile handling.

Product Features:
  • Ball joints and bushings included for a complete installation, saving time and labor (where applicable)
  • Direct replacement for a trouble-free installation
  • Steel, iron or aluminum construction ensures durability
  • Powder-coated or painted for long-lasting rust and corrosion resistance
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Ball Joint Attachment Type:Pressed
Ball Joint Included:Yes
Ball Joint Installed:Yes
Ball Joint Stud Type:Threaded
Bushing Material:Rubber
Bushings Included:Yes
Control Arm Material:Iron
Control Arm Type:Casting/Forged
Grease Fittings Included:Yes
Location:Front Lower

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  • Q:

    I purchased one about 4 months ago and a squeaking noise has started about a month ago, do I have to get the ball joint greased?
    Asked on 1/15/2014 by anthony from clifton

    1 answer



      Hi Anthony, glad to assist you! The point of contact between the control arms and the chassis has a set of round rubber bushings that reduce vibration transference and prevent metal-on-metal contact between the arms and chassis. If the bushings incur water intrusion or other contamination, they can begin squeaking when you drive over bumps. During routine maintenance inspections, it's a good idea to inspect the control arm bushings for excessive signs of wear such as cracking, flaking or advanced deterioration, which can also bring undesirable noises. Instructions: Climb under the vehicle with the silicone spray lubricant. Insert the spray straw into the lubricant's nozzle by hand. Insert the tip of the spray straw into the gap around the front lower control arm bushing and spray several quick bursts of lubricant. Repeat Step 2 on the rear lower control arm bushing, as well as the front and rear upper control arm bushings. Climb out from under the front end of the vehicle. Push down on the right front corner and quickly let go to bounce the right front end slightly and then again on the left front corner. This flexes the control arm unions, which works the lubricant deeper into the bushings. Repeat steps one through four if the bushings still squeak after road testing.

      Answered on 1/16/2014 by Steve from AAP
  • Q:

    Does this come with the actual ball joint? I am told to replace control arm bushings, ball joint and stabilizer bushings. I need to see if it is better to buy the control arm since i need to replace the bushings but I also need to replace the ball joint. this states one is included is the ball joint included the one i need?
    Asked on 11/15/2010 by strongfamily from rincon, ga

    1 answer



      Yes, this comes with the lower ball joint installed.

      Answered on 11/17/2010 by Mike the Auto Parts Master from AAP
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