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Old 01-31-2014, 08:16 PM   #7
quickchange
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Default Re: steering ball replacement

Cut the old ones of , drill the 1/2" hole , THEN press the new one in , weld on the back with low hydrogen rod . Weld only stops ball stud falling out , done dozens this way no problem, The ball shaft takes the stain , weld holds in . But i have yet to get too 100mph.
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