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Hey guys, first post hopefully it's in the right spot. So I got my 2007 Caliber inspected last week and it failed (like every year). This year both ball joints (both Moog) were bad, this is the third time I've had to replace them in the 5 years that I've owned the car and I've only put 50,000 miles on it since I bought it. I wish I could say this was the only thing that I've replaced 3 times, but I'd be lying. I've replaced both control arms twice, inner tie rods 3 times, sway bar links twice, outer tie rods twice, and put new struts and springs on the front end. Also, when I bought the car the subframe was rotted and covered under the extended warranty.

I was just wondering if there was anything that I didn't mention that could be causing these parts to go bad so quickly. Again I'm not buying sh*t parts, so I'm assuming they're supposed to last for more than a year.
 
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