You can get them out with a hammer and chizzel if you work at it. Also, a
pickle-fork is good to have and can force them out. Another good tool for it
is a torche- burn-em. Once out the new ones do go in easy - and do change all
4 at once. Your alignment should be OK but if you have expensive tires you may
want to get an alighment done. Most importantly put a jack under the
lower-control arm before you break them loose. Also include tie-rod ends and a
center-link. Doing it yourself you should be able to get all those parts and
have a whole new-front-end for about $250 (and ~4 hours) depending on the
vehicle-make and parts-store.
98 Camaro wrote:
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