Re: [DML] Replacing lower ball joints
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Re: [DML] Replacing lower ball joints



Are there any pictures of that part ?

I haven't heared or seen any car that has this part installed.

I am curious, more input please.

Elvis & 6548...still sleeping



> The collars are not a thing you should consider getting.. you have to get 
> them! No question about it. The lower control arm is designed in such a
> way 
> that this collar in necessary to avoid disaster. This would be another 
> recall for a DeLorean is the factory had remained in business a little 
> longer.
> The installation is easy. Just remove the old ball joint, slip the collar
> on 
> (usually a couple of taps with a hammer will help) and reinstall a new 
> joint. That's it.
> Check if your car has the collars in place and if not just order them from
> Rob. Small price to pay for a small part that does a LOT.
> Good luck
> 
> Tom Niemczewski
> vin 6149 (in Poland!)

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