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Duralast Gold Ball Joint GFA500008Shop All Duralast
Part # GFA500008
SKU # 755820
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Duralast Gold Ball Joints are designed for drivers who demand more. These heavy-duty ball joints are built using advanced processes and unique engineering to maximize their durability. All Duralast Gold Chassis parts undergo rigorous testing to ensure that long-lasting dependability and strength are built into every part, making sure your vehicle is ready to handle even the harshest driving conditions. You can also drive with confidence knowing your parts are backed by Duralast Gold's limited lifetime warranty. For premium quality and strength, trust Duralast Gold Ball Joints.
- Induction-hardened stud and integrated metal-on-metal bearing help eliminate failure points
- Larger ball with greater surface area better distributes the suspension load and grease channels increase flow throughout the joint
- Superior corrosion-resistant coating enhances rust protection and part life
- Premium synthetic grease and serviceable grease fitting provide easy installation and maintenance
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