Q: Do ball joints that are sealed come pre greased since there's no way of greaseing them

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Does ball joints that are sealed no grease fitting come pre greased since there are no way of greaseing them thanks

Sealed ball joints that do not have a grease fitting are lubed for life and are not serviceable and you cannot lube them. These type of joints are greased from the factory and sealed.

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