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Old 10-13-2013, 02:02 PM
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Moog balljoint replacement covers

Can you get replacement covers for the Moog ball oints? Was wondering.

Got the passenger side completely done and was working on the driver's side. Got both joints out and was getting ready to press in the upper. Could not get the cover off. Seemed like it was glued on or something. Used a small screwdriver and needle nose to try to get it off and ended up tearing it. The other 3 were fine. Got everything else ready to go, axle dust cover on, axle seal in, o ring on too. If I had a boot, I would be about 45 minutes from kicking the jack stands out.

Going to call Moog tomorrow, but thought someone might put my mind at ease this evening. Sure hope I don't have to buy another ball joint.
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