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frankthetank
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 64
posted January 08, 2005 08:51 PM  
Im looking for any info on balljoints to run on a metric car that can raise the rollcenter without all the work. Ive always used the afco tall ball joints, but **** you got to torch out the hole then redrill the holes for the bolts and the bottom ball joints you got to die grind the hole out then press in a sleeve and they seem to do the trick but man its a pain especially if you got a spare and have to go to it on Friday then Saturday morning youre trying to put together another spare. Its a pain and Im looking for a balljoint that could make this alot more simpler. anything new on the market? Any suggestions would be great. Thanks

hobby10k
Dirt Freak

Total posts: 226
posted January 09, 2005 03:09 AM  
Hey look into a ball joint reamer, will eliminate all that work you are doing! Havn't used one but sound like they work well.

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frankthetank
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 64
posted January 09, 2005 05:35 AM  
I got a balljoint reamer, i just forgot to mention that in the above post as being somehthing else that needs done in that whole process. Im just trying to find an easier way.

stockcar5
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Total posts: 578
posted January 09, 2005 04:52 PM  
look into howes ball joints. you can get them in and style and any stud taper and you can order longer studs up to 1/2" longer. and they are very tough! this way you can just bolt them in without the reaming ect..

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ATL72
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 16
posted January 10, 2005 05:09 PM  
Go to Colemanracing.com look at the (Mid-size) GM mono ball joint. It corrects upper a arm angle and raises roll center. No drilling, or reamer needed.

kevinwardracing
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 35
posted January 11, 2005 05:02 AM  

good luck...

[This message has been edited by kevinwardracing (edited February 17, 2005).]

    

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