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Chevrolet Tahoe Replacement Ball Joint Information


For years Chevrolet has constructed heavy-duty and rugged cars that car buyers can depend on to get the job done. Outstanding car manufacturers understand the inherent importance of great performance. People who appreciate performance realize that only top quality replacement parts should be used. Considering the danger of a spent Chevrolet Tahoe Ball Joint, a vehicle's suspension should be tested often. Steering is enhanced by a Ball Joint, which negates sharp bumps by turning in any direction. A Ball Joint links your steering column to your wheels, establishing steering control. The Ball Joint is a bearing which attaches the control arms with the steering knuckles. Ball Joints are just miniscule metal connectors that act to transmit motion between your car's steering column and wheels. The Chevrolet you chose was created using the best care and expertise; it needs new replacement or OEM components of the same top level of reliability. When you selected the Chevrolet Tahoe, you were buying a vehicle of high quality and considerable power; you should ensure that investment with the highest-quality components.


Chevrolet Tahoe Ball Joint They are available for the following Chevrolet Tahoe years: 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 09, 08, 07, 06, 05, 04, 03, 02, 01, 00, 99, 98, 97, 96, 95. This part is also sometimes called Chevrolet Tahoe Ball Joints. We stock ball joint parts for most Chevrolet models including Silverado 1500, S10, K1500, C1500, Blazer, Silverado 2500 HD, Trailblazer, Suburban 1500, Avalanche 1500, K2500, K1500 Suburban, Camaro, Corvette, Impala, Astro, Silverado 2500, Colorado, C1500 Suburban, C2500, C10 Pickup, C10, Trailblazer EXT, S10 Blazer, Silverado 1500 HD, K10, Express 2500, K3500, Cobalt, Equinox, K20, Express 1500, Monte Carlo, El Camino, C3500, Silverado 3500, Aveo, Chevy II, HHR, Caprice and G20.

We stock these Ball Joint brands for the Chevrolet Tahoe: Replacement, AC Delco, Moog and Centric.


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Chevrolet vehicles are known for their ability to traverse rough terrain with ease and grace. This is in large part thanks to innovative design, strategic architecture and, of course, high quality parts. One of the parts that bears a lot of weight and contributes to the Tahoe’s smooth ride is the ball joint. The Chevrolet Tahoe ball joint is a miniscule little part that plays a huge role in how your vehicle operates. The ball joint attaches the control arms of your SUV to the steering knuckles, enabling your vehicle’s steering column to transmit motion to the wheels. For this reason, it is important that if you need to replace your Chevy’s ball joint, you replace it with only the highest caliber OEM or replacement components on the market.

Here at PartsGeek.com, we pride ourselves in offering ball joints from only the most reputable distributors, including Moog, Mavotech, AC Delco and ReadyLIFT. Our customer service is unparalleled, and we will help you find the parts you need to maintain a high performing vehicle. For your peace of mind, we offer a 30-day return policy on each of your purchases.

What is a ball joint?

A ball joint is a tiny steel spherical bearing that connects your vehicle’s steering knuckles to the control arms. It is comprised of a tapered and threaded bearing stud that allows it to easily connect to the steering knuckle. An enclosed socket protects the joint assembly from dirt and road debris.

How much is a new ball joint?

PartsGeek.com sells the Chevrolet Tahoe ball joint for $12 to $45. Your exact total will depend on the following factors:

  • The type of material used
  • Brand
  • Make, year and model of your vehicle
  • Size
  • Performance level

When do I need to replace my ball joint?

Because they are always working, ball joints should be replaced every 75,000 to 100,000 miles. However, excessive wear may mean that you have to replace them sooner. Signs of failing ball joints to look out for include:

  • Excessive vibration
  • Steering wheel pull
  • Loud clunking noises


Some of our Customer Reviews
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Reviewer: kevin

Very good place

2003 Chevrolet Tahoe Ball Joint

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: Tahoe Man

This is a quality made in USA part. The holding nut is 22mm instead of the original 24mm nut. However the part pressed in fine and it fit great. Do not use the cheap replacement Ball joints they are not worth the time to replace.

2009 Chevrolet Tahoe Ball Joint

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: top notch allstar

Parts Geek is by far the best place to buy good quality parts for a fraction of the price that other part retailers charge. I will continue to use Parts Geek when I need parts for my cars.

2005 Chevrolet Tahoe Ball Joint

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: Richard fischer

I bought upper and lower ball joints for my tahoe and they fit perfect, now im going to order both front wheel hubs, i hope they recommend a good set for me, so far everything else was great. I have one problem, I can vever get to talk to enyone to ask Q on the spot.

2007 Chevrolet Tahoe Ball Joint

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: Dilligaf58

the ball joints were an exact fit for my tahoe you guys rock !!!

1999 Chevrolet Tahoe Ball Joint

Neither Satisfied Nor Dissatisfied
Reviewer: ball joint

The product was good, the service was on time overall good experience

1996 Chevrolet Tahoe Ball Joint