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Febest or Hardrace ball joints (rear)

 
Old Jun 11, 2019, 10:11 AM
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Febest or Hardrace ball joints (rear)

I need to replace 2 ball joints on each side in the rear and I'm looking at either Febest or Hardrace ball joints.

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Does anyone have any experience with either of these brands? The hardrace are slightly more expensive (about $10 per).


Also for a bonus topic, anyone use a harbor freight press for pressing ball joints/bushings?

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Members here have had good results with the hard race parts. I don't have their balljoints, but I do run their toe arms without issue. I'd opt for hard race just because they're known.
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Febest is just an import company that imports chinese parts for cheap. I'd just go with the HardRace, I had their roll center adjustment joints and they where fantastic, had a much better experience with them than Whiteline. Many members on here that have replaced joints have opted for the HardRace replacements, so I'd say that's your best bet.
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Originally Posted by Fox_IX View Post
Febest is just an import company that imports chinese parts for cheap. I'd just go with the HardRace, I had their roll center adjustment joints and they where fantastic, had a much better experience with them than Whiteline. Many members on here that have replaced joints have opted for the HardRace replacements, so I'd say that's your best bet.
What roll center adjustment joints do they sell? Are their ball joints longer than oem?
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