Most front-wheel-drive vehicles have only 2 lower ball joints on each side, as the upper pivot-point is accomplished by the strut assembly. In a traditional rear-wheel drive or full-size cars, there is an upper and lower ball joint on each side. Most trucks still take 4 ball joints.
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And for runners. From like 86 to 95 ish around there depending on the make and model and things ofMoreAnd for runners. From like 86 to 95 ish around there depending on the make and model and things of that nature ball joint spacers go between the upper control arm and the ball joints.
Ball joints are not considered a wear and tear item like brakes or windshield wipers, which means most extended warranty policies will cover them, assuming they aren't damaged because of negligence, or an act of nature that you can't control.
If just a single control arm needs replacing, it will typically cost between $50 and $100. If the damage is to the whole system, you would need to purchase a control arm kit for around $100 to $250 .1 may 2019
Adjustable Control Arms allow you to raise the rear ride height by up to 2 inches, or lower it as much as 1 inch. The spring perch design allows easy ride height changes, with the car still on the ground.