Lower ball joints on '97 F150

Can anyone tell me if the lower ball joints on a '97 F150 did not come with grease fittings?
Took my truck to the local fix-it shop to have what I thought was a
bad squeak in a new inner tie rod fixed and was told it was a dry ball joint that can't be lubed because it was stock and sealed.
Thanks.
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Hummm. I might try that on the van we have, when it get's enough miles I think it might need it. Hell, at 5k, it really needs it now....I hate those frigging zerkless parts. Damn penny pinching bastards.... FORD!!!! YOU MUST BE ABLE TO GREASE THE PARTS IF THEY ARE TO LAST! YOU MUST BE ABLE TO FLUSH THE DIRT AND METAL PARTICLES, OTHERWISE THEY SLOWLY GRIND THE PART TO DEATH! WHO CAME UP WITH THIS MICKY MOUSE CRAP! A BEAN COUNTER IN A THREE PIECE? ANYONE HAVE A FRIGGING ROPE? This has been an important public service announcement. Of course, this doesn't fit in with the program of selling more replacement parts. Knowing ford, they probably sell zerkless replacements. Probably have to go to an auto parts store to get a decent greasable part...Pathetic...MK
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Yep, ended up replacing them. Thanks for the input!
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yep they are right had both ones replaced with all new with grease fitting DA-Dwag
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