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Fleet Farm provides Ball Joint Replacement services to Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, Wisconsin, and other surrounding areas.

Approx. Time: 120 Minutes  |   Price Range: Get Quote for Price

The Basics Behind Ball Joint Replacement Services at Fleet Farm

The suspension system allows your tires to maintain constant contact with the road, especially on uneven surfaces like bumps and potholes. Ball joints are ball-and-socket joints located between the control arm and the steering knuckle. Ball joints act as the pivot point between the wheels and the rest of the suspension system. They are designed to allow for movement in two planes at once while providing ease of rotation in those planes. They allow a vehicle’s suspension system to move up or down while the wheels turn left or right. Vehicles with shocks have upper and lower ball joints, while many vehicles with struts have only lower ball joints. Some ball joints are load-bearing and will wear faster than normal ball joints. As an important suspension component, ball joints are designed to experience wear and tear, often in the form of friction. Like all suspension system components, ball joints have a maintenance schedule that can help prevent unexpected repairs or replacements.



Why Should You Have Ball Joint Replacement Services Performed at Fleet Farm?

Upper and lower ball joints are designed to fit snugly inside a lubricated casing. If the casing loses lubrication, dries out, or the linkage becomes loose, wheel alignment may be affected. A loose ball joint can also result in suspension noise and uneven tire wear. Because ball joints act as the link between the wheels and other suspension components, a bad joint can conflict with normal steering capabilities. In extreme cases, a worn ball joint that fails may fall out of its casing and cause a collapse of the suspension system. Clunking sounds, poor handling, and unnatural pulling are all signs of bad ball joints. In some cases, ball joints may require replacements. If you plan on avoiding a ball joint failure, be sure to consult your owner’s manual for the maximum allowable wear on your suspension system’s ball joints. Our replacement ball joints will restore full functionality to your suspension system.

We proudly service the Ball Joint Replacement needs of customers in Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, Wisconsin, and surrounding areas.

Areas Served : Alexandria MN | Ankeny IA | Antigo WI | Appleton WI | Baxter MN | Beaver Dam WI | Blaine MN | Brooklyn Park MN | Cambridge MN | Carver MN | Clintonville WI | DeForest WI | Delavan WI | Eau Claire WI | Fargo ND | Fergus Falls MN | Fond du Lac WI | Germantown WI | Green Bay - East WI | Green Bay - West WI | Hermantown MN | Hudson WI | Iowa | Lakeville MN | Manitowoc WI | Mankato MN | Marshfield WI | Mason City IA | Menomonie WI | Minnesota | North Dakota Wisconsin | Oakdale MN | Oshkosh WI | Owatonna MN | Plymouth WI | Rochester MN | Sioux Falls SD | St. Cloud MN | Stevens Point WI | Waupaca WI | Wausau WI | Winona MN | and surrounding areas

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