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Old 01-31-2012, 02:13 PM   #21
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For some reason I think there's some other modification you'll need to do with the cv, but the boot and some hose clamps is all you'll need for that part of it


It's been so long since I did any reading on this tho
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Old 01-31-2012, 09:06 PM   #22
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The Porsche boots do work I have seen people run them. I have the Total Chaos Boots on my 1st gen TC kit. THey are great. I would recommend them. They and bend like crazy without even coming close to ripping.
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The Porsche boots do work I have seen people run them. I have the Total Chaos Boots on my 1st gen TC kit. THey are great. I would recommend them. They and bend like crazy without even coming close to ripping.
O.K. I have to get a couple other part from TC, any way

I like their stuff

Hey Alex, tires are next for me. Curious why you went with 15" wheels?
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O.K. I have to get a couple other part from TC, any way

I like their stuff

Hey Alex, tires are next for me. Curious why you went with 15" wheels?
Wheels and tires are cheaper and there are more tire options for 15s

I got my KMC Enduros for like $89 each lol and I run a 32"x11.5" tire because they stuff perfect and fit in my bed cage better the the 285s did that the truck had on before. They are an inch shorter and .5" narrower.
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Wheels and tires are cheaper and there are more tire options for 15s

I got my KMC Enduros for like $89 each lol and I run a 32"x11.5" tire because they stuff perfect and fit in my bed cage better the the 285s did that the truck had on before. They are an inch shorter and .5" narrower.
K Looks like you got plenty of room in there...

Is that because of Back spacing of the wheel?
It doesn't look like you have spacers
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OP,

You need the bates style 930 CV boots.
They are available pretty much anywhere. I got mine from Kartek.
Part number is KTK-BAT101

http://www.kartek.com/product/DriveT.../930Boots.html

You will have to grind off the original boot lip from the CV.

Take a look towards the middle of this article. It outlines the process:
http://www.off-road.com/trucks-4x4/p...roject669.html
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OP,

You need the bates style 930 CV boots.
They are available pretty much anywhere. I got mine from Kartek.
Part number is KTK-BAT101

http://www.kartek.com/product/DriveT.../930Boots.html

You will have to grind off the original boot lip from the CV.

Take a look towards the middle of this article. It outlines the process:
http://www.off-road.com/trucks-4x4/p...roject669.html

Sweet!

I knew you guys would have a link...
One question
Some guys just run tundra boots....
Should I grind'em up then go with Posrshe stlye?
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I tore 3 tundra boots...in less than 3 months.
I've yet to tear a 930 boot.
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I tore 3 tundra boots...in less than 3 months.
I've yet to tear a 930 boot.
Screw it I'm too busy tryin' to keep my headlights on

to worry about boots, I'll just get the boots thanks
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