If you're only at 40K, why isn't the repair covered under warranty?
spd33 said:Check it
I helped a buddy do his and it wasn't too bad at all. I would recommend the heavy duty parts that are mentioned in the above link.
Not hard to do by yourself. How long it last depends on how bad it is. If the ball joint is really jumping around,it may not last long. If it has a little movement,it may last months. I would vote for the latter,as they generally make some noise when they get that bad.teejdOrk said:Thanks for the help! How long could I go on a damaged ball joint (out or curiosity)? I can't afford it until probably next month. :nervous:
You do if you want your wheels to wear normally. Since you are adjusting the toe, with the TRE's themselves, you are adjusting the way this is set up.NotAPreppie said:Don't you need to get an alignment if you have to replace a TRE?