I'm in the process of finishing up my truck. Pretty much everything put back on the truck. I'm running drop spindles with stock control arms. I replaced the balljoints when I rebuilt the truck and now when I lay the truck down it doesnt lay out. I didnt replace any of the bushings in the control arms but I did have them removed when I painted the frame. What would be the best way to determine what is causing the bind up? It seems to me like the new balljoints are whats creating the problem. I noticed on BYC website they have balljoints available that are "long travel" which I suppose would help the problem. It also states on the website that these balljoints are available from any autoparts store. Anyone have any idea which balljoint it is?
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