What is a toe link ball joint?

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  • claymore
    This ball joint is a direct replacement for your stock unit. This component takes some abuse so should be inspected periodically. It connects your toe link to your upright. If you see any signs of necking or cracking or if the rubber boot is torn, the part should be replaced.
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