The Dynatrac ProSteer Ball Joints provide higher strength, longer life and once installed can be rebuilt without special tools. This improves servicing the ball joints more easily in the field or at home. Rebuilding the ProSteer Ball Joint at home or at your local shop will cost less than having new OEM ball joints installed at an alignment shop or the dealer.
Q: Will these fit 2001 4wd tundra Answer this question
A: Not sure they will fit, just enter your truck information and it should tell you.
Answered by Todd. from Whitehouse TN. on 08/15/2022
Q: will these ball joints fit on 2020 jeep gladiator sport...DPCCR92-2x3050-A? Answer this question
A: No they will not fit. Fits Dodge Dana 60 front axles.
Answered by Kelly from 4WP Corporate Headquarters on 02/01/2021
Known for its brawny axle assemblies, Dynatrac got its start in the early 1990s when founder Jim McGean was building axles in his garage for off-road enthusiast friends. When others resorted to low quality parts from overseas, he took a stand and maintained production here in the states. Dynatrac's innovations include the high-clearance ProRock 60, Free-Spin hub conversion kits and heavy-duty DynaLoc locking hubs. Every axle manufactured undergoes 117 inspections during its assembly for quality assurance and the Huntington Beach, California-headquarted company has a deserving reputation as a manufacturer of high quality innovative components. Shop Dynatrac Now
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