Uh, Yeah.. I COULD do it. That's doesnt mean I would And I've done so on
While I'm not familiar with that particular vehicle...It takes a number of
HEFTY tools, not in the normal tool box. It's ALSO something that's hard for
the average guy to determine degree of wear.
The customary method is to jack up vehicle and lift wheel with a pry and
watch for amount of movement in joint... How Much - Who knows?
Warning sign... creaking of the joint on low speed turn,
Note: Steering not returning to neutral until a bump is hit is a sign the
vehicle should be parked immediately. A friend found that out when his car
fell on its nose.. fortunately in a parking lot and not on the freeway
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