When turning a vehicle the front spindles / hubs pivot between the upper and lower control arms to allow the wheels to change direction. The components that help reduce friction at these pivot points are the ball joints. This part is a simple ball-and-socket design with grease and a dust boot to protect the connection from debris that can cause friction and wear.
Choosing a ball joint requires confirmation of the year, make, and model of your vehicle. When doing a replacement, make sure you have everything you need like a ball joint removal tool.
JEGS offers a large ball joint selection to choose from provided by top quality vendors like Moog, Rare Parts, Proforged, Dorman Products, JEGS, and many more. Each ball joint is produced with high quality components and assembly to provide longer service life and steering performance.