I'm thinking that this job is a major pain in the butt. What does a shop charge? But then I'm thinking while I got everything apart, I might as well put new wheel bearings in right? I'm sure a shop would just add that to the ball joint cost rather than giving me some credit because the have to take everthing apart anyways to get the ball joints off. So it looks like I'll be doing it myself as usuall unless I can get a deal. My upper ball joints have about 1/16 of up and down play in them, can the be adjusted or are the just shot? My steering is good now, it must be great after I fix these babies.