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AdamF

posted on 10th Dec 04 at 18:57

they have to meet british standard or they would sell them.


TOMAS

posted on 10th Dec 04 at 18:46

TBH I wouldnt DARE drive round with 6 a-side ball-joints, they are a CRITICAL stress point in the sus that I wouldnt scrimp on, specially with higher poundage springs. You break a ball joint and its wheel under the car and NO control time...

Dunno, i'll have to look in my book but I get 20% OFF trade club prices till Crimbo so prob about 50/60% off RRP...

[Edited on 10-12-2004 by TOMAS]


LScorsa

posted on 10th Dec 04 at 18:20

Thanks for the offer Thomas but i got them today from autofactors, cost 12quid for both sides.


PaulW

posted on 10th Dec 04 at 14:05

mine cost 7.49 a side from local motor factors


Siberia

posted on 10th Dec 04 at 13:21

actually how much ar u charging?:look:


Siberia

posted on 10th Dec 04 at 13:20

^get them off him.... vaux are a fookin rip off for them.... nearly 3 times dearer than local motor factors/pattern part.:|


TOMAS

posted on 10th Dec 04 at 13:17

If you want Genuine Vauxhall ones I can do you a cracking deal over RRP upto Chrimbo...


LScorsa

posted on 10th Dec 04 at 13:10

Thanks mate i think i have one somewhere but got hammer as well just in case!


Siberia

posted on 10th Dec 04 at 13:08

easy enough... can be a bit of a pain if ya dont have a breaker but the trusty big hammer will do in its absence....


LScorsa

posted on 10th Dec 04 at 13:05

Cars just failed MOT on bottom ball joints, is changing them big job? ive had quick look in haynes and it doesnt look to bad but just wondered if anyone has done theirs and any probs they had?

Thanks