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Old 05-20-2011, 08:36 PM
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Autzone/Duralast adjustable upper ball joint

Duralast/Ball Joint - Upper (104350) | 2000 Honda Prelude 4 Cylinders 2.2L MFI VTEC | AutoZone.com

ok so i was perusing autozone.com and found these. +1to-1 camber adjustability, limited lifetime warranty, and heres the kicker 39$ a piece versus like 80-100 for spc or eibach balljoints. overall itd save me like 200$ when i drop my car

so my questions
1. you guys think its a reliable part?
2. seems like its a similar design to the ingalls kits so would the strut tower impacting be a problem?
3. ive heard pretty decent things about duralast as a brand reliabilty wise, but i understand the whole you get what you paid for concept but if its cheap and quality why not?
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Re: Autzone/Duralast adjustable upper ball joint

Why not just give it a shot. do a write up on and product review for right after install and a little while down the road to let us know how they hold up and if it all works good for you.
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Re: Autzone/Duralast adjustable upper ball joint

i'm trying to find stock replacements for my ingalls right now because they slam extremely bad over any semi-big pothole or bump in the road.
so i would say save up for the spc's.
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Re: Autzone/Duralast adjustable upper ball joint

I'd like try em, but if they don't end up working out it'll cost me more in the end, which I'd very much not be a fan of.
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