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Old 02-28-2000, 08:50 AM
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Since you would have to separate the ball joints from the spindles to replace the boots, it seems to me you might as well replace the joints while you have it apart, along with any other suspension items (tie rod ends, etc) that are loose or worn, especially given the mileage of this particular car. This way, you won't have to mess with the front end again for a long time. My $.02 worth.
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