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Old 01-31-2014, 11:25 PM   #9
Tom Wesenberg
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Default Re: steering ball replacement

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Originally Posted by glenn in camino View Post
I always have the worn area on the balls built up with weld. Then, using a file and some calipers to measure roundness, dress the ball as round as possible. Remember, the steering arms are supposed to be one forged piece.
That's how I repaired my Phaeton steering balls. It took a long time to hand file and I'll probably use A&L the next time.
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