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What do you recommend for ball joints on a mostly street car with steeda springs and tokiko struts/shocks. steeda or????????/ ball joints

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Stock. I am not a fan of using taller ball joints after talking to the techs at MM about them. You can find deals on Ford OEM ball joints but I have heard very good things about Moog ball joints and would use them.

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FRPP says the Ford joints are a low friction design that showed no wear after 250,000 miles. Mine have over 115,000 miles and a bunch are track miles.

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I did the FRPP ones:



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Is there still places selling the frpp ones?
I googled the part number earlier to see if I could save some money vs buying the steeda ones since cash is super tight now but just came up with a lot of places that are out of stock or threads saying they arn't made any more.

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I am pretty sure the FRPP ones aren't made anymore. If you want the taller ball joints I believe Steeda is your only option.
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