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Old 04-01-14, 11:42 AM   #46
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OP here.My APX control arms still appear running safe BUT the squeaking coming out of the ball joint on road elevation changes and steering makes you and everyone within 50 ft cringe - like fingernails on a chalkboard. We have tried but cannot get grease or lubricant into the ball joint . My carsounds like a |Model T.

Think I'm gonna buy another pair or passengers side at least it continues squeaking bad.

Installed mid 2010 - now nearly 4 years old
The squeaking got so bad couldn't stand it ball joint was siezed. Bought 2 good looking used ones from California from EBAY. Running wonderfully. The $130 squeaky APEX control arms lasted nearly 100,000km.
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