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Yeah, we all are going to need boots. Mine are also going. Help, we need a source for boots of better quality than the stuff from the factory.

rocmoc n Mexico/AZ

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Does anyone have a cross-reference number for the outside rear cv boot for a 07 c2 commando?

This is what Kinarfi had in the "Parts,Pieces" thread.

CV Boot Kit There appears to be a difference between inner and outer boots, I used a NAPA CVB6862340 for my outer rear, fit good but not tightly on the CV end, I held it on with Tyraps

, Autozone part # 03606. Comes with bands and grease for $11.99, quick/split boot. http://contentinfo.a.../03606/image/5/ K2181 95 Geo Metro $15.99

Napa 686-2181 CV Boot from a 95 Geo Metro.

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I bought boots from Checkers. Part #614-020 They have several sizes on the end and you trim down to the size you need. There are a couple different variations of the boot available. It's sort of universal. Think it was about $8

Lenny

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When you find good stuff like the right boots, etc. post the part number and source and I'll add it to part and pieces.

Thanks

Kinarfi

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