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Dynatrac knows how to reduce the cost of operating your truck while making it more reliable. Both are important considerations during these difficult times when you need to get the absolute most out of such an important investment. Dynatrac has products that are ready now to save you money, aggravation, and downtime. Check out the now legendary Dynatrac Free-Spin™ HDHC (heavy-duty hub conversion) kits, DynaLoc™ locking hub kits, and now we are introducing the new Dynatrac Ball Joint locking hub kits. The latest entry into our durable lineup is our Dynatrac Heavy Duty Re-buildable Ball Joint.
Since 1992, many heavy duty, 4x4 pickups and SUV’s have front axles such as those from AAM, and the Dana 50 or 60. These axles have steering knuckles equipped with ball joints.
This design has replaced the older, king-pin style knuckles. The ball joint knuckle has fixed some nagging problems that were typical in the old king-pin axle assemblies such as wheel shimmy, wandering, and certain wear problems. In addition the ball joint style axle costs less to manufacture and assemble at the factory. However, many truck owners still believe the old king-pin set-up was better. Well finally you can have the best of both worlds. Announcing the new Dynatrac Ball Joint.
"As an aerospace machine shop owner, I am around high quality machined parts every day of my life. I have no problem saying that you guys produce world class products that I would be proud to put my name on." – (Brian N. 2011 Dynatrac Free-Spin customer)
Factory ball joints are subject to premature wear when used with heavy diesel motors, snow plows or large tire and wheel combinations. The Dynatrac Ball Joints provide higher strength, longer life and once installed can be rebuilt without special tools. This improves servicing the ball joints more easily in the field or at home. Rebuilding the Dynatrac Ball Joint at home or at your local shop will cost less than having new OEM ball joints installed at an alignment shop or the dealer.
Dynatrac Service Bulletin - Pro Steer Ball Joints with Knurals
FORD BALL JOINT Installation Instructions
Ball joint re-build instructions
July 2010 issue of Peterson’s 4 Wheel and Off Road Magazine
Dynatrac Fixes Balljoint Problems
December 2009 issue of 8 Lug Magazine
Dynatrac ProSteer Ball Joints - Bulletproof Ball Joints
November 2009 issue of Off Road Magazine
Dynatrac Pro Steer Ball Joints - The Last Ball Joints You'll Ever Buy
April 2009 issue of Diesel Power Magazine
Dynatrac ProSteer Ball Joints - Power Products
A word about non-factory, aftermarket Dana 60 ball joint knuckles – Each Dynatrac ball joint is designed for a specific vehicle application. Some aftermarket companies, including Dynatrac, have designed knuckles that use the 92-97 Ford Ball joint fitment specification. However, is up to each individual aftermarket manufacturer to verify the compatibility of their products with the Ford specification, and to control the quality and consistency of their products.
Dynatrac guarantees the correct fitment of Dynatrac Ball Joints on approved applications for axles and knuckles manufactured by Ford, Dodge, Jeep, Dana, AAM and Dynatrac.
Dynatrac cannot guarantee the Dynatrac Ball Joints will correctly fit and operate safely in aftermarket or look alike axles with knuckles manufactured, reverse engineered or imported by third party companies which do not meet OEM standards.