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Dynatrac Pro Steer Ball Joints - The Last Ball Joints You'll Ever Buy

Posted in How To on November 1, 2009
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Dynatrac has added another quality product to help end your axle woes. The original OEM ball joints on AAM and Dana 50 and 60 front axles (Dodge Ram 2500/3500s and Super Dutys) have a reputation for wearing out quickly-especially when subjected to hard use. Trashing a set of ball joints with one weekend of use is not unheard of. Worn ball joints can cause steering issues and uneven tire wear.

The Dynatrac Pro Steer Ball Joints have been designed to be the last set of ball joints you'll ever need to purchase. The bodies are constructed from high strength steel billet, stems from heat treated chromoly steel, and the precision-ground steel balls are MIL-SPEC heat treated. Add to that leak proof seals and Teflon-coated internal wear points, and the sum is one durable ball joint. What's better is that if you do wear them out, you can rebuild them yourself without any special tools.

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