It may be an easy job if you don't run into any problems. How's that for wisdom :shock: :D
Separating the ball joint may be a little difficult, somtimes they pop out and sometimes they are very stubborn. Depending on the condition of the bolts may be difficult to get out also.
With this being bent, it adds a new and unpredictable dimension.
Call the junk yard see what they charge to install, may be worth it.
Also make sure the bushing in the arm are good, I have seen quite a few bushing that go bad on those arms.
IF you go after it, I can get you the spec for torque.
Tuesday, August 21st, 2007 AT 5:41 AM