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Re: CV joint boots - don't waste time with Rein boots!
Posted by skibumm100 [Email] (more from skibumm100) on Thu, 4 Apr 2019 04:54:11
In Reply to: Re: CV joint boots - don't waste time with Rein boots!, Bill Homer, Wed, 3 Apr 2019 12:59:02
I have not had good luck with the Rein's. The Kotek is much thicker rubber but that doesn't mean it will last longer. The size of the ends looks correct or at least matches the Rein. The "genuine" Saab boots may be best but you never know who makes those. I would like to build up my supply of spare driveshafts once I figure out how to get them apart. I've tried before and gave up as I didn't have enough hands. As far as Eeuro is concerned, I would guess they're getting rid of existing stocks. That might be why they they only seem stock the stuff I don't need.
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