Out of curiosity, how does one go about replacing the balljoints in a car? Specifically the rear toe arms from a 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse?
I've got a set of good condition rear arms that have suspect balljoints. Typically one just replaces the whole arm because they've been cheap and it's real easy to do, but parts for these cars (specifically the 95-99 AWD models) are getting rare. I suspect that compatible balljoints will be around for long after replacement arm supplies are depleted. I'd like to learn how to do the work now that I may be required to do in the future to keep these cars on the road! :-)