Hey fellas, I was just going to throw on a drivers side ball joint when changing the struts and shocks, but y'all know these suspensions much better to know what may need to be considered. Before I bought my '98, it had been in a mild drivers side fender/door impact. The door had already been changed, but not the fender or turn sig housing. The fender was dang near "flat". I pulled it out enough to open the door (so as to not further damage the new door forcing the door open). It appears to me that the top of the tire on the drivers' side is tilted inward compared to the passenger side, which is straight. Tire barn had started to allign it when I put the new tires on, and stated they couldn't get the passenger side correct without drilling the rivet out of the tower...? I just told them to hold off until I got the front end fixed, and the struts on. My first thought is ball joint, but y'all may know what else to check out. The sway bar appears bent, but it may be bent from the factory...? I can surely see abrasive damage to the wheel from the impact, just slightly on the lip of the wheel. If y'all have any tips or tricks to find out what I need to replace it'd surely be appreciated. Thanks fellas.