TheJenyffer01: eric your a freaking beast. you make crap look so easy.
fink plaid: Holy crap that dude's tire is freaked up.
Andrew Villanueva: you make it look so easy Eric!!!
52jhoover: Love your channel btw I was wondering if you can tell us how much time it actually takes to do this stuff please? You make it look so easy and I know you edit the videos so I was just wondering. If its to much to add dont worry about it no biggie. Thank you for sharing all your knowledge on these videos it has helped me several times and saved me many hours and headaches thank you so much for doing what you do.
Lawrence Maxwell: Thanks you make it look easy
Çağatay Cihan: Hi Can I ask for the strength of the air-blown nuts?
KeLee Chandler: great vid Eric!!!! im a girl and ive learned how to work on my honda civic watching ur vids , thank you
TheSaintST1: impact wrenches makes these jobs so much easier...
scott firman: I have always used a press to get the ball joint out but if they wont budge,then I use my angle grinder and cut the end of the ball joint off,never had one broken off like that,wow! You have to make sure that rubber boot doesnt get snagged while putting the ball joint in. If it tears it,you will have to punch it back out and replace the boot.I know,my Trailblazer boot ripped installing it. I wont ever do another lower ball joint job like that on the T. B.its easier now to replace the whole arm,bushings and all. Thats what most garages do now.
sledge hammer: I keep wanting to call you DR. Eric the car guy...
Kanzen Cheung: emm I dun suggest Knock the knuckles ,as u can see the surface ruin ! ,it should be press out using Hydraulic machine.
daniel moretti: love your stuff like how you do right to the point
miguel nunez: super useful video thanks
Dexter Villanueva: nice one
What Is Binary Option?: What a great video! I'm getting ready to do that to a Honda. Thank you so much for putting a video like that together!
Jose Maldonado: hey eric can you do a video on a 97 honda crv
James Mcknight: ha ha..your vids are very informative and are great to watch...I like the puns you use...very hilarious
Jordan Cameli: Not too expensive of a repair, you just gotta shop around for a reliable shop that takes into account the core of the old cv on your bill and doesn't charge you an arm and a leg for labor.
On my 2004 Subaru Outback, it cost me $450 to get both lower ball joints changed, as well as both my front cv axles. (Central Michigan location)
EMT: Thanks! They sometimes skip corners and take the easy way. If they ever did that, I suggest you consult with a paralegal or lawyer. This way they won't be able to cheat you.
Oops, Axle and Ball Joint Replacement - EricTheCarGuy5
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