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Old 04-06-2009, 03:35 PM
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Is is a cause for concern

I was using a big hammer to knock the ower ball joint stud out of the knuckle and accidentally hit the outer tie rod end and pinched a small hole in its rubber boot (I had just finished putting that tie rod in ten minutes before). A very thin stream of grease came out of the boot. Is this going to give me problems down the road? Can the boots be replaced?
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Sorry, I put this in the wrong section.
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