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Cadillac Escalade, EXT and ESV Forum - 2007-2014 Discussion, Front end parts question... in Cadillac Escalade Forums; So the 07's getting a slight "pop" on a slow sharp turn, pulling in/out of driveway, etc. Steering still feels ...
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    Front end parts question...

    So the 07's getting a slight "pop" on a slow sharp turn, pulling in/out of driveway, etc. Steering still feels tight but I figure since one side is popping its about that time to change out both sides upper/lower ball joints(upper is full control arm), in/out tie rods. So 2 questions, anything else that should be changed as well in doing this & what brands would you suggest? Is there really that big of a difference between Advance/Autozone/Moog/Delco in front end parts??

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Front end parts question...

    Moog or delco would be the best choice IMHO..

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    Re: Front end parts question...

    Went with Moog...going on at the moment & my mechanic gave me a 645i vert as a "loaner", still like my Lade better & cant wait to get it back front end all "tightened up"

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