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I agree. I'm pretty sure the dust boots were installed before the large nuts and ferruls were put on.I just don't like breaking any injector line if I am not doing IP or injector work. The fittings in the lines do not come off and are special made to spin. I have see where damage was done to a injector line fitting and the OP had to buy a new line. That is why I tell people that the Deuce injector does not need bleeding of air. Seems like the injector side of the line has smaller fitting so it would seem you install the dust boot from that end. I have never replaced the boots so your call.
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