I have a 2003 jeep grand cherokee limited with a 2" lift i recently installed. went to get alignment and found that my front upper ball joints have quite a bit of play in them. I am going to replace them and was wondering if i should replace the lowers as well even though they are not currently bad?
Yes,even if good,there old,and putting new one,s on bottom ,will put more strain on old top one,s,and you will have to do it in the future,you have it lose to do top,do it ,where you want have to later.
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