the newer model's have grease fittings in them...i see no reason why you can't do yours the same way...as long as you keep the fitting's flush on the inside of the bolt hole..and don't go to deep as to where they will rub the support bolt..it should work..drill..tap..screw them in..stay flush on the inside..or short..and it should work.
If you do drill and tap for grease zerks be sure to drill in rite location on the a-arms cause when your suspension compresses and the a-arms move they could hit the mounts for the a-arms and break off the grease zerks. I think you can get some bolts that are drilled and cross drellid that have a grease zerk in them so you can put grease in through the bolt not sure where to get them, the zerk will be in the end of the bolt head.
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