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  • Where can I order new boots for ball joints?

    Quick question, rubber boots of my roll center adjuster ball joints are cracked so I need to replace them.
    Where can I get good quality/ price replacement rubber boots? Will the OEM Honda rubber boot fit??
    Last edited by momofoolio; 02-06-2010, 11:38 AM.
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    Can't Evasive or E-autosports help fix this?
    Do you understand?

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    • #3
      trying to do everything myself nowadays!
      had too much shxt dealing with shops for small jobs so id rather do it myself...
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      • #4
        If the boot is smoke then you are probably better off replacing the whole ball joint. I just replaced them all in my car from good measure since they do wear out.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by zjchaser View Post
          If the boot is smoke then you are probably better off replacing the whole ball joint. I just replaced them all in my car from good measure since they do wear out.
          You do em yourself AJ? shoot me a PM if anything, thanks
          Do you understand?

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          • #6
            Yup, didthem the same time I pressed in the monoballs and switched out the steering arm balljoints for heims just a few weeks ago. I do pretty much everything myself. I bought a handy tool to press them out but I don't know if it will work for other cars because it is sized for the lotus armsarms
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            • #7
              Originally posted by zjchaser View Post
              If the boot is smoke then you are probably better off replacing the whole ball joint. I just replaced them all in my car from good measure since they do wear out.
              its not smoked, just slightly cracked, the condition looks pretty good still...
              can i order the boot from honda?
              mine is tracey sport, but im told its the same joint just different base so honda oem boot can fit...
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              • #8
                Yeah OEM boot will fit. I have a ton of them, but they are so cheap and easy to get from Honda, you should just order directly.

                -Rob
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by rob.ok View Post
                  Yeah OEM boot will fit. I have a ton of them, but they are so cheap and easy to get from Honda, you should just order directly.

                  -Rob
                  thx a lot for the info rob!!
                  appreciate it =)
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