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The WH ball joints have been manufactured to give you an experience like no other.

You no longer have to worry about their maintenance due to the metal gusher bearings that have been powered and the greased grooves that significantly reduce the level of wear.

Grease relief regulators on the other hand ensure that there is no contamination while the polyurethane rubber helps WH ball joints to endure high temperature, dirt, water and abrasion.

The ability to self-lubricate also places these ball joints above the rest in the market.

If you are looking for high quality, easy to fit and replace ball joints that are sure to give you solid steering feel then look no further. The WH ball joints will no doubt give you value for your money.

The features include:

  • Powered gusher bearings
  • Greased grooves for reduced wear
  • Grease relief regulators for reduced contamination
  • Polyurethane rubber for increased resistance and durability
  • Self-lubricating
  • Easy to fit and replace

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The Gallery Of WH Manufactured Ball Joints

Upper Lower Ball Joints - 0K710-34540
Fitting Position Upper Lower Ball Joints
OEM No. 0K710-34540
Ball Joint Front Suspension-96300648
Fitting Position Ball Joint Front Suspension
OEM No. 96300648
front-ball-joints-51760-38000
Fitting Position Front Ball Joints
OEM No. 51760-38000
Lower Ball Joint -
Fitting Position Lower Ball Joint
OEM No. 51760-1G000
front-lower-ball-joint-43330-19095
Fitting Position Front Lower Ball Joint
OEM No. 43330-19095
front-suspension-ball-joint-51760-3k000
Fitting Position Front Suspension Ball Joint
OEM No. 51760-3K000
Ball Joint Manufacturer
Fitting Position Left Lower Ball Joint
OEM No. 54530-3X000
right-lower-ball-joint-54530-4d000
Fitting Position Right Lower Ball Joint
OEM No. 54530-4D000

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FAQ

What are ball joints?

Ball joints are circular ball bearings that are used in almost all kinds of automobiles to join the control arms to steering knobs. They provide the functionality similar to humans’ ball and socket joints.

What does a ball joint do?

Ball joints are used to connect control arm to the steering knob. They serve as a pivot between wheels and suspension of the vehicles.

Where are the ball joints on a car?

In a car, ball joints are located between wheels and suspension as they join the control arm to steering knob.

How much are ball joints?

Ball joints cost between $60 to $140. Each car has different specifications for ball joints so the exact estimation depends on the specific car.

How to change a ball joint?

To change a ball joint successfully follow the following steps:

  • Use a sockets and wrench to remove the top four bolts
  • Now pull the old ball joint up and out of the control arm
  • Now put the new ball joint in to the hole in the upper control arm
  • Then bolt the ball joint to the hub and arm
  • Tighten the slotted nut afterwards
How to change lower ball joint?

For changing the lower ball joints, remove 4 bolts from the lower control arm using a wrench and take out the old ball joint. After wards put the new ball joint in the hole in lower control arm and grease the bolt nuts to smoothen them. Then again place the nuts and bolts in their place followed by tightening.

How to replace ball joints?

Replacement of both upper and lower ball joints can be achieved through the following series of steps:

 

  • Use a sockets and wrench to remove the top four bolts
  • Now pull the old ball joint up and out of the control arm
  • Now put the new ball joint in to the hole in the upper control arm
  • Then bolt the ball joint to the hub and arm
  • Tighten the slotted nut afterwards
  • Remove 4 bolts from the lower control arm
  • Now remove the old ball joint and add the new one to the hole in control arm at the angle of 90 degrees
  • And now put the greased bolts in place again
How to replace lower ball joint?

For replacing the lower ball joint you need to buy a new ball joint. Then remove the ball joint from the lower control arm by putting off all the bolts from the lower control arm and taking out the old ball joint and replacing it with the new one by putting it in the hole located in lower control arm. After replacing never forget to again place the bolts and tighten them.

When to replace ball joints?

Normally ball joints last for about 100,000 miles. But if the car is driven on rough roads frequently they may need ball joint replacement before the mentioned distance.

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The metal gusher bearings of WH Ball Joint that have been powered and the greased grooves that reduce the level of wear.
Contorl Arm
Contorl Arm
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