[Spridgets] Honda CV Joint
tequila.brad at gmail.com
Thu Jun 5 12:54:39 MDT 2008
Yeah, or something like the old speed boots from an old beetle.
On Thu, Jun 5, 2008 at 1:48 PM, Duncan Sinclair <duncan at pondhop.com> wrote:
> You might try the zip up type boots that can be fitted from the outside
> without any disassembly. I think they are about $20 each (or used to be)
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> My daughter needs to eek one more year out of her school car, a '92 Honda
> Accord that can't pass emissions requirements in many states. Her mechanic
> recommends replacing torn CV boots for $180, which seems reasonable to me.
> She is reluctant to spend the money for one year of use. Any thoughts on
> the likelihood that the joints will survive a year of casual driving with
> leaky boots? Would duck tape help? Would periodic squirts of grease
> through the holes help?
> Michael Rowe
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