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    Rear CV Boot

    Where do you folks get your parts from, I have found a tiny hole in my rear inside CV boot. I normally use Rocky Mt. ATV but they are on back order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lonniewrights View Post
    Where do you folks get your parts from, I have found a tiny hole in my rear inside CV boot. I normally use Rocky Mt. ATV but they are on back order.
    If you have the 2018 8 bellow inside boot I wouldn't waste my time changing it.
    I would get a 2019 axle with the 11 bellow boot or wait for the newer slip yoke axles.

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    How tiny? Permatex Ultra black is your friend.
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    Mine has the 11 bellow on it and it's a small hole. Maybe 1/8 " of a inch. Drako 1, does the stuff hold up pretty good.

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    I used it on my work car and last I looked it is still holding probably around 80k miles. I would give it a go for $7. Just make sure the boot is good and clean b4 you apply it. I used rubbing alcohol.
    Last edited by drako1; 07-29-2019 at 06:49 PM.
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    2014 Green X
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    Dobeck Gen4 AFR
    ITP SS108
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    Speedwerx 105 BB
    FOX RC2's

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    Another member here "gooped" his with sealant...then sewed it up with fishing line. That would probably work longer than the rest of the boot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Total Loss View Post
    If you have the 2018 8 bellow inside boot I wouldn't waste my time changing it.
    I would get a 2019 axle with the 11 bellow boot or wait for the newer slip yoke axles.
    What newer slip yoke axles? From textron?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Njorg View Post
    What newer slip yoke axles? From textron?
    Novaman posted this...not sure where he found it...looks new. Maybe a 2020 model? Or an XTR 1000 ?

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    Last edited by Total Loss; 07-30-2019 at 05:11 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Total Loss View Post
    Novaman posted this...not sure where he found it...looks new. Maybe a 2020 model? Or an XTR 1000 ?

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    Facebook (supposedly these are whats coming on the 2020 Trackers and can be seen at Bass Pro). Its my understanding that it supersedes the 2502-763 which superseded 2502-709 and 2502-743. So basically Rev 4, this is giving me PTSD like from the fuel sending unit on my Ducati...



    EDIT: The part number for these is 2502-761, looks like MSRP is about $20 more than previous OEM versions.
    Last edited by novaman64; 07-31-2019 at 03:25 PM.
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