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I went to buy the NAPA ball joints for my 67, part number 260-1071 (58-70 full size GM) and those fuckers were regular cheap ass moogs!! So i bought the 260-1091 (the 71 and up version).

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What gives? Did they box them wrong? Or are the "unbreakables" only in part number 260-1091?? I bought the 1091s and figure I'll drill out the holes. Is this what you guys do on your 58-70 full sizes?? :dunno:
 

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I'd like to know that, too !

Hook us up w/ some info - which is the part#

for them unbreakable ones ????
 

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thats right the 260-1091 are the unbreakable ( well it is still possible, but hold up the best) you have to drill out the new holes for them to fit, only way
 

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Originally posted by Unlimited Hustle@Aug 25 2005, 10:58 AM~3689160
thats right the 260-1091 are the unbreakable ( well it is still possible, but hold up the best) you have to drill out the new holes for them to fit, only way

yup....what he said....you have to drill new holes.
 

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dont think they literally mean "unbreakable" thats a marketing term for better than stock..... but then bad marketing if it did break it seems they have to replace it if they stand by their word.... but wait who calls it unbreakable? NAPA ???
 

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Originally posted by adamflow1@Aug 25 2005, 01:18 PM~3690026
dont think they literally mean "unbreakable" thats a marketing term for better than stock..... but then bad marketing if it did break it seems they have to replace it if they stand by their word.... but wait who calls it unbreakable? NAPA ???
we call it that, but when we say that we are referring to the design of the ball joint, its much much beefier then the regular ones.
 

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Originally posted by big pimpin@Aug 25 2005, 01:00 PM~3689911
yup....what he said....you have to drill new holes.
thanks, thats what I figured after seeing it :cool:
 
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