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ford focus ball joints

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ford FOCUS III

From Apr 2011 to present

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ford FOCUS III Estate

From May 2011 to present

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ford FOCUS III Saloon

From Apr 2011 to present

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ford FOCUS II Convertible

From Oct 2006 to Jun 2011

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ford FOCUS II Saloon

From Apr 2005 to Jun 2011

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ford FOCUS II

From Nov 2004 to Jun 2011

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ford FOCUS II Estate

From Nov 2004 to Jun 2011

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ford FOCUS Estate

From Feb 1999 to Nov 2004

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ford FOCUS Saloon

From Feb 1999 to Mar 2005

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ford FOCUS

From Oct 1998 to Nov 2004

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ford focus ball joints

Ball joints are most commonly found at the end of your cars suspension wishbones. A ball joint is a type of connection or joint that joins other components together and allows them to pivot and rotate in multiple directions, so they're ideal for joining suspension and steering parts together. Like any type of pivot, a ball joint will wear out over time and will start to cause play in your suspension which, in turn, can cause wheel misalignment and ultimately uneven tyre wear and unpredicatble handling.