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At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Dodge D-Series ball joint boots to ensure that you have every ball joint boot option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of Dodge D-Series ball joint boots, so that whether you are looking for a replacement Dodge D-Series ball joint boot or specifically a lower ball joint boot or anything in between, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your Dodge D-Series ball joint boot needs!

Ball joint are some of the most important components on any vehicle because they allow your suspension and steering systems to safely travel through a full range of motion. However, if your ball joints become damaged it can cause dangerous situations to occur. Fortunately ball joint boots are in place to protect your ball joints from harmful dirt and debris. Over time your OEM ball joint boots will crack and degrade leaving your ball joints exposed. To remedy this problem we have a great selection of ball joint boots to replace your old worn out units. With a large array of ball joint boots from all of the leading brand names you are sure to find the perfect boot for your needs in our lineup.
Aside from keeping the dust and dirt out, the other job of ball joint boots is to keep the clean grease inside so it can properly lubricate the joint. Most OEM ball joint boots are made of rubber which doesn't hold up very well overtime. However a few manufacturers have developed urethane ball joint boots which provide a great improvement in durability and also give your suspension a high performance look. These urethane ball joint boots are reasonably priced and we highly recommend using them the next time you need to change your ball joint boots.
Q: What do ball joint boots do? Why purchase them?
A: Most vehicles are built using rubber bushings in their suspension and body mounts. They tend to be soft and to deteriorate rapidly. When your bushings are worn, your car's feedback is reduced and sloppy handling ensues. Replace your worn bushings with ball joint boots to revive your vehicle's potential. Most aftermarket bushings are made of a strong urethane material.

Q: How do you install ball joint boots?
A: Ball joint boots do not need to be pressed on, so removal of your stock ones should be straightforward. This part can be installed within minutes with basic hand tools.

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