O.k....I know someone has had the same problem. While changing the steering arm I bent some threads on my drag link....couldn't get the nut to thread back on so I took off the entire drag link from the pitman arm and the steering arm in order to repair the kinked threads. In doing so I used a pickle fork (tie rod remover tool) and ripped up the boot that the grease is in. Where can I get replacements for my boots? You know what I'm talking about? By the way...why don't any of the lift instructions say anything about using a tool to remove the drag link? My skyjacker instructions simply say..."Remove cotter pin and loosen nut on drag link at the end by the steering arm. Now remove and lower the drag link down and out of the way." Well...in order to do that you need a pickle fork. I didn't know that and in trying to remove the drag link...used the wrong tools. Guess that's why it's important to have the right tools for the right job... 1990 GMC Jimmy 350/TH700R4/NP241/10 bolts, 4" skyjacker lift, 35x12.50R15 BFG All Terrains on 15x10 AR Baja's, Flowmasters.