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Old 04-07-2011, 10:32 PM
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If your still trying to do this...Try YouTube. When I was replacing my b-joints I watched a guy replace the ball joints on a 99 Dodge Ram 1500. Im not certain but I dont think there is much difference from the 1500 or 2500. Look at your 2500's suspension then look at your example. Pull up manual pics from google. That help me. Basically need a heavy duty C-clamp to push the ball joint out (you can rent one from autozone), new ball joints, grease/gun for new joints and BFH to wack the crap out of the old ball joint if you cant get it to push out. Jack up your truck, take off the tire and you can remove the knuckle to make it easier for yourself.
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