Currie joints are very, very, very tight. That's why they're so good. Get a 12" 3/8 drive extension and put some man into them. You shouldn't have a problem centering the ball. In the future, don't worry about it. As long as both balls are oriented the same, you won't have an issue. If it bothers you, use a big pipe wrench. Otherwise, weld a couple flats onto the middle of the tube so you can easily use a wrench to rotate it.
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