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Old 04-20-2021, 09:47 AM #46
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Has anyone looked into running 4th gen / FJ front suspension to solve the ball joint issue? Its an idea ive been playing with and have a friend who will be designing his own long travel for his FJ so hopefully he will send me some dimensions.
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04005-02235 contains both left and right ball joints and cotter pins. You will need to order two castle nuts 90171-A0005 and eight lower ball joint bolts 90119-10933 (37 ft/lbs). The ones you listed from McGeorge Toyota are OEM just priced separately.
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This was for the 96-00 balljoint, BTW. It did not have the dust boots.

Personally I'd go for the older style balljoint and bolts with the 59 ft-lbf spec anyway.
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This was for the 96-00 balljoint, BTW. It did not have the dust boots.

Personally I'd go for the older style balljoint and bolts with the 59 ft-lbf spec anyway.
1996-2002 have the same ball joint. The dust cover is a separate part from the ball joint. I think you are referring to the lower ball joint bolts. Old style bolts with flange not compatible with dust boots 90080-10066 torque to 59 ft/lb. New style bolts with washer for use with dust boots 90119-10933 torque to 37 ft/lb.
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This thread is giving me anxiety about my 226k mile lbjs.

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This was for the 96-00 balljoint, BTW. It did not have the dust boots.

Personally I'd go for the older style balljoint and bolts with the 59 ft-lbf spec anyway.
I have a 2000, i'm sure it would fit fine with the new bolts thrown in. Living in Ohio my main worry would be the soft bolts under it.

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This thread is giving me anxiety about my 226k mile lbjs.
Mine are also the OEM's at 226k too, ouch.
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