I looked at the taller ball joints they offer; they are nice, but.... if you were racing or doing something that absolutely required top tier components, that's one thing. But if it's just a street car, just roll with the stock setup. GM engineered the stock steering the way they did for a reason; taller ball joints give you a turning performance advantage with the trade-off of the front end being more grippy at the limit, which would cause a typical driver to be more likely to get the car sideways and out of control.
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