67 barracuda upper ball joints ?????

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  1. mopwr2004a

    mopwr2004a low slung chassis

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    ok heres the deal I ordered a socket from Northern tool that was suppose to be for a chrysler product. they listed 2 and I got one in the other backordered. the one I got is to big it is the 1-59/64 which I thought was for the small ball joint. the other socket listed is over 2". Is there a 3rd socket that is smaller and if so what size.
     
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    68 A Well-Known Member

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    I would just use a pipe wrench or a big crescent wrench
     
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    i bought a cheap 1 3/4 chinese wrench from harbor freight and took a grinding wheel to it.cost like 5 bucks
     
  4. 1wild&crazyguy

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    I thought it was small a body, medium late a-b body-, large c body- truck or is there a 4th for trucks?.

    At least I thought it was?

    I've spot welded pipe to them before with spray water bottle on hand and pipe wrenched them too.

    All good ideas.
     
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    There are three and possibly four sizes for ball joint sockets . I have four of them and will measure tomorrow . They are worth the price , I have Snap-on ,, Proto ,, and Bonnie ... All of these are 3/4" : drive . It wouldn't hurt to squirt P B Blaster on the ball joints every day for a week prior . You will most likely need a piece of pipe to slip over the breaker bar handle . good luck with it .
     
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