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Old 01-05-2020, 12:32 AM   #1
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On slow turns I get a lot of clunking from the front end. I am thinking of replacing any front end parts I can. Spindles, ball joint etc . Does anybody sell a complete kit for the front end of a 2 wheel drive 95 D 21 ?
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Old 01-05-2020, 12:56 AM   #2
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Easy to ebay, all tie rods, links pitman, ball joints in one 10 pc kit. I ordered four kits for bushings; one for leaf spring bushings, one included upper and lower control arm bushings, one kit for strut rod bushing, and one kit for sway arm bushings. I am pretty sure I ordered everything from Summit Racing, alot cheaper than parts store. I spent too much time trying to press, drill and beat old bushings out, I found heat from my torch with Mapp gas and a little leverage was the easiest method. As for spindles, I didn't change them.Make sure and mark your torsion bars on the front and count threads on the adjustment before dismantle.
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There’s no need to replace the spindles unless you’re looking to lower it. It is highly unlikely that anything on them is worn out. They’re all metal.

I’d recommend looking at rockauto and ordering everything. I just ordered some proforged upper and lower ball joints for my son’s truck and my first impression of them is that they are top fucking quality. They may prove me wrong but the build quality and the boot installation is great looking. We’ve got moog ball joints installed in it now and had one upper get completely worn out in only a few years of use. Dangerously worn.

Here’s a list of everything I’d replace while I was in there:
Upper and lower ball joints
Wheels bearings and seals
Tie rod ends
Center link
Idler arm
Pitman arm
Bushings if you have the stomach for them. I’ve heard the lowers are an absolute pain.
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