U.S. Toll-Free Call Center   Hours
888-844-3393
Espanol: 866-401-3393


Highest Ratings

Quality: We've got the awards to prove it!

We've won the Bizrate Circle of Excellence award,
7 years in a row. Rated outstanding for quality, satisfaction, service, and on time delivery. 1A Auto selects the highest quality parts from the best manufacturers. Check our excellent ratings.
Fastest Shipping
No-Hassle Returns
USA Support Techs
Best Value
Our Guarantee

Customer Feedback


I bought a set of door weather...
Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z
Kyle, Royal Oaks, MI



Click here to try out our new site!
Home > Jeep > Wrangler > Ball Joint > 1997-2006 Jeep Wrangler Front Lower (Adjustable) Ball Joint Pair (Moog)

1997 - 2006 Jeep Wrangler Front Lower (Adjustable) Ball Joint Pair (Moog)
 
  Send to a friend    
    
  Product views

1997 - 2006 Jeep Wrangler Front Lower (Adjustable) Ball Joint Pair (Moog)


1ASBS00012

In Stock (Ships same day for orders placed by 3 PM ET)



SAVE
44%
List Price:$304.95

Our Price: $170.45
 (You Save $134.50)

Free Ground Shipping
Part Number: 1ASBS00012
Quantity:
  
 




Welcome Message from 1A Auto


MOOG K7403 [FRONT LOWER BALL JOINT] PAIR

These Moog brand replacement ADJUSTABLE lower ball joints are just what you need to ensure the safety and integrity of your vehicle's suspension and steering. The adjustable feature allows this part to fit both stock and lifted suspensions!

Specifications:

  • Comes as a PAIR
    • Fits both the LH (Driver Side) & RH (Passenger Side) FRONT LOWER
  • Allows 1-3/4 Degree Camber and Caster Adjustment
  • Attaches the Front lower knuckle into the lower ear on the front end
  • Direct replacement
  • Built to strict quality control standards

Worn ball joints can cause excessive front tire wear, popping or creaking in the front end, extra play in the steering system, and pose a serious safety concern. Replace loose or worn ball joints with our quality replacement.

One way to diagnose a loose, or warn ball joint, is to jack the car up, so the wheel is off of the ground, then have someone try to move the wheel in and out. While they are moving the wheel check the ball joint for play, if it is moving you probably need to replace it.


See 1A Auto on Facebook Watch our auto parts installation videos on Youtube Nutts and Bolts Blog Google Plus
Free Shipping