Something I've experienced with Moog dust boots the last few years is they don't last anymore. Within a year they are cracking and falling apart. And this is on cars that get 2,000 miles a year at most. Might want to consider urethane if you can find.
i have been dealing with this issue for almost 10 years now. and while i used to have the utmost respect for moog parts, i have been severely disappointed by them. it seems more imported stuff coming from them, and you can't seem to even get matching castings any more. and trying to get replacement boots that last is a joke ! moog used to be the high standard, but not for many years now. i don't know what to recommend any more. if the stuff continues as it is, a guy may as well just buy the cheapest part out there, because you will be back to replace it or the boot every year or so anyway. to say i'm disappointed and unhappy about this is an understatement.