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Many JK owners experience death wobble after running larger wheels and tires for a while. If adjusting the toe setting to 1⁄8-inch toe-out or upgrading the factory steering stabilizer doesn’t help, chances are that the factory ball joints are toast. The stock Mopar ball joints wear quickly, so it makes little sense to us to purchase replacement factory parts for $220 when Dynatrac’s ProSteer ball joints are available for $599 by themselves, or can be had as an upgrade to any ProRock housing for $499. The ProSteer joints are greasable, rebuildable, and have a heat-treated billet-steel body with Teflon-coated internals that will last infinitely longer than any factory replacement.