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    Re: BX Tie-Rod boot ripped

    Very nice! That ought to do it but what kind of redneck cuts up a new tire? :laughing:
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    Re: BX Tie-Rod boot ripped

    This is caused by driving thru sticks and bushes.

    **Any shield** could pretty much eliminate the problem, even a bicycle inner tube over it. From the "HOW-TO" below you can see how easy it is to...
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    Re: BX Tie-Rod boot ripped

    Oldtommy, this is great. The **only** thing better is if you were to confirm that they are an exact replacement boot! Can you post a pic holding it up next to the original? I think members would...
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    Re: BX Tie-Rod boot ripped

    Hey oldtommyboy, partnumber is NOT in the diagrams. This is a years-old problem and you could be the hero. Do you have your invoice..... with the partnumber? And please confirm this is for the...
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    Re: BX Tie-Rod boot ripped

    Hey Rich bx, what happened with the boots, do they fit?
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    Re: BX Tie-Rod boot ripped

    No way. Its an axial ball joint, there is no mild steel 'cap' its all forged steel. Look at the pic at top of the thread. Agreed removing a torn boot altogether is better than one with a rip. It...
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    Re: BX Tie-Rod boot ripped

    Helms Farm Machinery in South Carolina has a cover for Ford/Massey that is 1-3/8" (= 36mm) on the big end, and 1/2" (= 13mm) on the small end, and costs $3.95 on their eBay store.

    I called Jimmy...
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    Re: BX Tie-Rod boot ripped

    Spurlock, the Automotive tie rod end swings side to side too, to accomodate the suspension travel.

    Yes Techman I saw where you mentioned this before. I will certainly add a cover for my new boot...
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    BX Tie-Rod boot ripped (partnumbers PLEASE?)

    I am selling my BX24 so I want to replace my "bike tube repair" with a new boot that looks nice.

    Reading up on the forum: I know the ball joint will last long even without a boot. The bicycle...
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