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were can i get ball joints

ok so i need 2 ball joints for my 1970 pontiac catalina but advanced, autozone, and napa says they cant get them what do i do....

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Try www.globalwest.net .....they have them
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what chassis designation letter were these catalinas built on ?

b body ?


or?
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what chassis designation letter were these catalinas built on ?

b body ?


or?
yes i beleave they are the b body is their a way to tell for sure.........



not seeing them on that site
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The Catalina is a B-body. The 65-70 GM B-body cars use the same suspension parts, and they are hard to find these days. Try Kanter Auto Parts.

http://www.kanter.com/
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If all else fails, give these guys a call. They have never let me down, on finding hard to find parts.

http://www.yellowpages.com/info-15445479/E-M-Auto-Parts
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The Catalina is a B-body. The 65-70 GM B-body cars use the same suspension parts, and they are hard to find these days. Try Kanter Auto Parts.

http://www.kanter.com/
yea they have them. but their expensive it will be a few weeks but ill have them. thanks
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