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Time for ball joints...........again deciding between Prosteers and Synergy

The second set of ball joints are showing signs of wear, 42K with 25K of that on 37's and we wheel damn hard. Really want the the Prosteers but the added 345.00 over the Poly's is tough to swallow. Will likely be going to 39"-40" rubber soon enough so the Prosteers are probably the better choice. Got both in the shopping carts just haven't hit submit yet. I hate these kinds of decisions.

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My advice is get the Synergy's.
Because after running 40" tires for a while, you're probably gonna end up getting a 60 anyway... and when that time comes, your Synergy's will probably still be good.
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Ok, so last weekend I almost spent the night with a sig 40 and broken ball joints next to the Mexico border. So Monday I'm putting prosteer balljoints in!
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Ok, so last weekend I almost spent the night with a sig 40 and broken ball joints next to the Mexico border. So Monday I'm putting prosteer balljoints in!
LOL, border, broken - the Sig 40 sounds like a good idea.

My stock ones are still fine and I've been running 37"s for a year. But I have a set of Synergy ball joints in the top of my tool box for upcoming install.

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My advice is get the Synergy's.
Because after running 40" tires for a while, you're probably gonna end up getting a 60 anyway... and when that time comes, your Synergy's will probably still be good.
He makes sense to me. I went with dynatrac because I have no plans to upgrade the axles.

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