U-joints are not that hard to replace if you have done some before, not damaging the yokes can be a trial for a novice. Ball joints can be a wrestling match at times. It's not a job you'll want to do for the first time at home.
In the long run you'll be better off having a repair shop, or a tech who does work on the side after hours do this for you. Are you comfortable taking this on?
If so, I give you the information you'll need.
Friday, February 26th, 2010 AT 4:26 PM