Watch Now Argentina vs Iceland How to Rebuild the Entire Front Suspension in your Car or Truck


Learn how to replace the ENTIRE front suspension of your car in this two episode series. First I will show you how to remove the wheel bearing, ball joints, control arms, tie rod, strut, and axle.

The ball joint and wheel bearing has to be pressed out of the knuckle and I have a bunch of tips and tricks to make that easy. The upper control arm ball joint and tie rod can get stuck in the knuckle so I show some tricks on how to easily remove that. The rest of the suspension parts are pretty simple to remove and replace.

NEXT EPISODE: Coming out NEXT THURSDAY!

Tools and Products:
Mevotech Suspension Parts:
Rust Paint:
Impact gun:
Torque Wrench:
Bearing Press:
Ball Joint Puller:
Slide Hammer:
Ball Joint Press:
4lb Hammer:
Vice:

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36 thoughts on “Watch Now Argentina vs Iceland How to Rebuild the Entire Front Suspension in your Car or Truck”

  1. Did you guys get notified by YouTube that the video was posted? Also when you watched the video, was there a screen that said “this video was flagged by the YouTube community and may be offensive” or something like that? Just wanted to check because I had issues last night which is why I had to postpone publishing the video. I hope it’s all fixed and you guys learn a lot from the video! Stay tuned for the next video and then for a video that, well, covers a life changing event 😉
    Also for those asking why I am wondering, here is what happened last night when I went to publish:

  2. PLEASE SHARE THE REPLACEMENTS LIST, I HAVE A DEL SOL TOO (I mean the links of the web page where u ordered). Thanks

  3. Hi Chris, great video… btw any reason why you did not clean and reuse the original control arms, like you did for the knuckle and strut fork? Or did you and just not show the cleaning and painting of them like you did with the knuckle and strut fork? Your “How-to” auto rebuild/ repair vids are absolutely the BEST, helped me so much talking to mechanics and do some of my own work on my own car. Your tips and tricks are the best, like saw cutting a standard screw driver notch in the top of a stripped Philips head… you are a genius bro! I tell all friends about your vids, thank you so much!

  4. The whole video was informative, but I can’t believe I’d never thought to use a saw to help get out a stripped screw. That’ll come in handy.

  5. What if your rear suspension is independent just like your front? Would it be the same steps? I drive a 2004 Ford Explorer XLT and my suspension, front and rear, are independent.

  6. Is it possible we get a video listing what we should invest in first for fixing a vehicle? I’m starting from nothing and can’t buy all of it, so helping us figure out what is highest priority would be very helpful <3.

  7. I am a 13 year old, I don’t have a car(obviously), I don’t even know how to drive(well), why I watch this?, *BECAUSE HE IS CHRISFIX BOIIIISSS*

  8. Funny thing is that if you’ll try it yourself (with no experience) it’s going to be sweat blood tears and loads of swearing but you’ll manage in the end.

  9. Are knuckles expensive or hard to find? If Chris just bought a new knuckle, he would have saved himself all the trouble related to removal of the bearing and the rest, right?

  10. I would like to see Chrisfix and Speedkar99 working together. I’m pretty sure they can assemble a space shuttle in a yard using common tools and someone’s underwear and toothbrush.

  11. Do you do a voice over afterwards? Only reason I ask is your mic is always so clean and doesn’t sound like an outside recording at all.

  12. I have been waiting on the head gasket video for a while lol I have a 2006 mazda 3 2.3L that has a blown head gasket and I need the help from your videos! Love your content brother! Keep up the good work!

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