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Fabtech spindle ?'s

Is it normal for the lower balljoint to fit loosely in a fabtech spindle? they have to be pressed in on the stockers, why not the fabtechs?


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Sounds like you have the ones for their LT kit which uses a uniball instead. Although they use top and bottom uniballs so if your top ball joint fits then there must be an issue. Contact Fabtech and give them the part number to see which ones you have.
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Sounds like you have the ones for their LT kit which uses a uniball instead. Although they use top and bottom uniballs so if your top ball joint fits then there must be an issue. Contact Fabtech and give them the part number to see which ones you have.
Your right...

I knew they where their LT spindles, but i wasnt informed that they use lower uniballs.

Anyone want to buy some spindles for cheap?


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Your right...

I knew they where their LT spindles, but i wasnt informed that they use lower uniballs.

Anyone want to buy some spindles for cheap?
The uni ball would be on the a-arm.....and would have a smaller 1/2 or 9/16 hole on bottom of the spindle. The spindles you have take a ball joint on bottom. Did you try install NEW ball joints? or are the Balls that have been pressed in and out before?



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The uni ball would be on the a-arm.....and would have a smaller 1/2 or 9/16 hole on bottom of the spindle. The spindles you have take a ball joint on bottom. Did you try install NEW ball joints? or are the Balls that have been pressed in and out before?
Brand new balljoints, i tried checked them on a stock spindle and they have to be pressed, but on the fabtechs they just slide right in.....


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