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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-21-2008, 10:35 AM Thread Starter
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CV boot right rear inner

I Have had on 2 different occasions replaced my right rear inner boot and at least 4 different times the same boot has come off. is this boot a different size than the other boots in the rear ? Have I gotten the wrong boot 2 different times from the CVman. I have tryed many different means of fasting the boot from hose clamps to double zip ties and no ties on the inner side , What gives .

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I noticed that mine is slipping of on that same boot. I need to slide it back on. It doesnt appear that that cv has much surface room for the clamps to hang onto?



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Inners are the same in the rear. Outer are different. Outers are the same all the way around and are slightly bigger than the inner rears if my memory serves me correctly. It should be snug not sloppy when you slip it on. Stock CV clamps are the best in my opinion, but a good industrial zip tie will work too. Only in certain locations as the head of the zip tie will hit other parts and tear it off. I don't suggest them too much though as most ppl will not get them tight enough or an industrial tie. I never use anything but zip ties on the small ends of the boots. Boot clamps are available from Checker Auto website. They are a standard care item. If you go into a store they may not have anything but a generic kit with several different sizes.

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I used the stockers allt he way around except for one axle side where I forgot to put it on before I assembled the axle. That one I used some tie wire and it has worked great



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