Mopar Ball Joint Boots
- 1962-76 Dodge Dart
- 1965-76 Dodge Coronet
- 1965-79 Dodge Charger
- 1970-74 Dodge Challenger
- 1962-76 Plymouth Valiant
- 1964-69 Plymouth Barracuda
- 1965-79 Plymouth Satellite
- 1967-71 Plymouth GTX
- 1968-73 Plymouth Roadrunner
- 1970-76 Plymouth Duster
Tie rod and ball joint boots are designed to protect steering and suspension components from salt, sand, dirt and other road debris. Replace worn or missing tie rod and ball joint rubber boots with Energy Suspension polyurethane boots. Polyurethane boots will outlast rubber boots, and are extremely resistant to road and car chemicals. Polyurethane also will not rot out like rubber can and will.
- Defend your suspension against dirt and debris
- Polyurethane construction will outlast rubber boots
- Easy installtion will help extend the life of your suspension components
Says a pair, pictures 2 each upper and lower. How many do I need for both sides, 1 or 2 "pair"?
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