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I have a 6" lift kit and several other a/m upgrades on my machine. Is there a way to tell by looking at what I have whether or not a standard tie rod boot would work as a replacement for a torn one?
I aligned my machine last night and it was off. Explains the darting... I noticed one of the boots was ripped and I'd like to replace it.
SATV said they had it, but it was a special order part. A tie rod boot is special order? That's kind of "special"... 馃え

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Sorry buddy. Whoever you talked to was probably a newby that didn't know...or maybe they were special. :ROFLMAO:

Here's a link to the replacement boots right on the website. https://www.superatv.com/replacement-boot-kit-for-superatv-tie-rods-1
Thanks. Give Corey a bitch slap for me... Lol

"WB-CA-003 Will be the SKU for the wheel bearings. We have the boots for the tie rod kit, but that will be a special order part and you will have to call customer service to place that order.

855.743.3427

Corey"
 

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Thanks. Give Corey a bitch slap for me... Lol

"WB-CA-003 Will be the SKU for the wheel bearings. We have the boots for the tie rod kit, but that will be a special order part and you will have to call customer service to place that order.

855.743.3427

Corey"
Lol! He's brand new. Awesome dude and super smart...but still learning all the stuff on the website that we have. Its a lot to learn.
 
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