Your Dodge ball joint is one of the many parts of your suspension system, and if you keep your vehicle long enough, you can expect to have the experience of one going bad on you. Your main clue that a Dodge ball joint is going bad will be deteriorating handling. Unfortunately, that is a common symptom to many suspension system parts problems, and so you can expect that you'll have to engage your problem solving skills and begin ruling out potential causes, one by one. This is a process you'll want to put in motion without too much delay, because, as with all suspension system parts, if your Dodge ball joint is working its way towards complete failure, you are putting your other suspension parts, particularly the ones that work in close partnership with the Dodge ball joint, at risk. Delay can mean that instead of dealing with just the replacement of your Dodge ball joint, you'll need to spend more of your hard-earned money and time in the repair of other associated parts. When choosing your Dodge ball joint replacement, you may want to consider installing an aftermarket version that can be lubricated, rather than the sealed type that often comes stock. That's because one of the most common reasons for the failure of a Dodge ball joint is that the lubrication fades away, leaks out or otherwise disappears, and if it is able to be lubricated, you stand a better chance of it lasting longer, as long as - of course - you perform that maintenance task regularly. We have an excellent Dodge ball joint selection in our online catalog, along with a wide variety of aftermarket replacement parts and accessories for your Dodge. You'll find that our prices are affordable and ordering is always safe and easy, whether you choose to use our secure site or our toll-free telephone number to place your Dodge ball joint order.