How to Rebuild the Entire Front Suspension in your Car or Truck

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.


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

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53 Responses

  1. ChrisFix says:

    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. Kiril says:

    It would be cool if the brake calipers matched with the valve cover, just my inner ocd kicking haha

  3. Lennox says:

    Bravo , very good Video , thank yo u , could you tell us more about those Anti Rust
    paints you use ? Where to find them and how to apply them ?
    Thank you .

  4. Jared Hickman says:

    AnD tHaTs AlL tHeRe Is ToO iT

  5. Open Eye says:

    20:56 somebody get this man a sand blaster booth! ??‍♂️

  6. The guy who spots the problems says:

    who else watches these videos but isn’t needing the help anyway

  7. Chromeguy 300 says:

    Tie your truck to the hub and floor it

  8. Bungg Bungg says:

    can you make a video on rebuilding a transmission?

  9. Raymond Padilla says:

    Dude I love this Video! Makes me want to get another 90’s Honda!

  10. Sm Gmaing says:

    Chris fix buys a Tesla.. how do I fix it with my simple tools

  11. MrJpshaw2601 says:

    Chris: Buys 300 dollar car as a beater
    Chris: drops a grand into it
    Chris: BeAuTiFuL

  12. Wolf3rino says:

    Can you do engine rebuild video? love your vids very educational. Keep up good man

    • Alex Downard says:

      Wolf3rino lol don’t bet on it

    • MaxiiBoii says:

      Expect the video in a year or two.

    • Oliva Gina says:

      He will do it eventually. By the way it isn’t that hard. I disassembled one in school once. Just follow the service manual, has exact instructions foolproof. Also, all the tools you need. You can send some part to get repaired and buy the new ones. You can measure and do the engine balancing, at least in the most basic way. You can also your parts to a store. Then you just assemble again.

  13. John says:

    Your videos have helped me save so much money. Thanks.

  14. Luke Kinnaird says:

    I hope you put some summer air in the tyres when you finished ?

  15. Farid B says:

    But your probably low on transmission fluid!!

    • Paul Eckman says:

      Nahh remember he did the other side before the video started meaning it drained a little before he video taped the second side

  16. Destich says:

    Even though I don’t own a car because i’m under age i still watch these videos

  17. Andrew Hahn says:

    I think I know why the video was restricted 7:05 ?

  18. Warren O'Connor says:

    Finally do a rebuild a wrecked car like if u agree

  19. Cameron Summers says:

    7:04 – 7:18 I think that’s why it was restricted ????‍♂️

  20. Arthur Kayabalian says:

    Did anyone else realized Chris changed the serpentine belt and its pulley too??? We’re getting another video on the del sol soon!

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