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Old 06-01-2012   #16
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Re: is it easy to fit a drivers side lower suspension arm/wishbone and a radiator fan

a split balljoint boot is a new mot failure but of course if its a little hole ive successfully glued them up with quality superglue before now and before the mot and it does work permanently
it needs to be clean on the split mind
mecatech are starting to do universal boot covers it was in the latest aftermarket trade manual but they dont have a website yet and i havent needed to phone anyone to get a price yet but they do only supply in boxes of 10
i looked on the internet and found a few sellers of these boots but without knowing the size i put it on hold
if the balljoint is in good condition then its crazy changing the whole arm
ive even been to the breakers before now and got some covers off old arms for future stock needs
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