Q: 1996 tacoma lower balljoint bolt breakes after a month of placing a new one

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One month ago the nut broke from a lower balljoint. Driving about 30mph. Skid about 4 yards. I replaced both sides had it allined changed shocks. But a month later same drive side nut broke from balljoint. What can be the cause

My car has 400 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

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