Ball Joint Boots

Boot 7 Large Ball Joint Dust Boot (1 pair)

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Commercial Size Ball joint Boot 7

Approximate hole sizes 40 mm and 18 mm, Height 36 mm.

Unfortunately there are no official application lists available for any boots and no guarantee they will fit any specific models. Applications below are from kind customer feedback.

Buick 1960 Buick top and bottom ball joints, cut the top down to make a cone.

DAF 1997 DAF 45 (7.5ton) track rod ends.

Dodge see Renault Dodge.

Jaguar E-Type ball joints.

Jeep Cherokee KJ 2002, upper and lower ball joints.

Landrover: Discovery 2 lower ball joint.

Mercedes 1962 Mercedes Unimog 404, track rod ends. Boot 7 could replace the OEM-Van Hool 634303570.

'1995 R129 SL280 lower ball joint.

1989 Mercedes MB 100 van, steering joints (8 per vehicle); For MB 100 van Front hub swivel joints, see boot 5.

Oldsmobile 1977 Oldsmobile Cutlass (USA), front upper control arms. Great job and fit was perfect.

Pontiac 1978 Pontiac Firebird bottom ball joint.

Renault Dodge  Boot 7 will fit 1984-93 Renault Dodge 50 series vehicles Fitted with either straight or cranked

24mm track rod ball joints and 24mm straight drag link ball joints.

Boot 7 Will also fit the MOD spec RB44 series vehicles 1990-93 track rod & drag link ball joints. Thank you for the info Greg and Al.

Toyota An excellent fit for a 1996 Toyota Hilux Surf’s lower balljoint.  Which means they will fit the 3rd Gen Hilux Surf from ‘96 to ‘02 and the Landcruiser Colorado/Prado of the same years.

 Vauxhall 1992 Frontera 2.3TD Estate upper front suspension Ball joints.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you supply clips to retain the boots?

We supply all boots with the relevant cable tie wraps. From experience the boots usually hold nicely onto the joints without metal clips and often retain better without them. Unless the replacement boot is exactly the same size as the original, fitting or refitting a metal clip can pinch the boot and leave a gap for grease to escape and water to ingress. Plus some metal double row metal clips are very difficult to fit.

The UK MOT obviously has rigid guidelines, although a failure or pass is often down to the individual examiner’s interpretation. Examiners have been known to have said only damage matters and if the compression holds the boot in place, it isn’t essential to have clips. If you are in doubt, please speak to your MOT testing station first.