These ball joints have made my Jeep almost undriveable. They mention a “break in period” of 100-500 miles. I’m at 3000 kms now and my steering is all over the place. Vehicle wants to climb every rut and camber in the road. Google Synergy and you will never buy from them.
By Scary steering
3.0Synergy adjustable ball joints
Very stiff , Jeep actually drove better with factory worn out ball joints
from Crossett, Arkansas
4.0Good ball joints
Had these in for about 9 months now and they have been great! Been offroad in Moab and about 3000 miles on road with zero issues. I get what other guys are saying about the rubber boots being too soft but not a big deal. Do I wish they were more solid? Yes. Do I wish I didn't have to push them back up into place after greasing them? Yes. Is it a deal breaker for me? No.
These Synergy Manufacturing Jeep Dana 30/40 HD Ball Joint Set are for Dana 30 and Dana 44 front axles. But keep in mind Synergy MFG does not say that these ball joints specifically fit an 82 Wagoneer. They only have parts for Wranglers and RAM truck
These Synergy Manufacturing Jeep JK/WJ Heady Duty Ball Joint Set are greased. They have zerk fittings. Synergy recommends using their lithium grease, part number 4119, available at 4 Wheel Parts!
For over a decade, aftermarket industry innovator Synergy Manufacturing has been producing high-end performance components for 4x4s. Known for manufacturing quality suspension systems and accessories, Synergy also has an extensive line of axle upgrades, steering components and skid plates and their synergistic approach ensures that the sum of components outperforms their individual parts. The company thoroughly tests their designs on the Hammers and Rubicon trails where coil springs, shock mounts and control arms for Jeeps can show their true mettle. Replacing weary hardware with Synergy components is easy on the wallet, easy to install and will correct your camber and optimize off-road performance. Shop Synergy Manufacturing Now