Subject: tie rod boot part number?
adamgratz at gmail.com
Mon Jan 23 20:28:33 EST 2006
The site has a reference which gives the dimensions of the boots inner seal
edge, height and so on. I ripped off the old ripped boot and put calipers to
the joint. The fit was tight and the boot was nice and rip proof.
Let the group know what you find and let's get a group buy going. The front
sway bar bushings are a good upgrade as well, but you have to cut a piece of
flat stock and drill two holes in it, as the back of the stock bushing is
not flat faced like the upgrade.
I have spoken with them in the past, and they will make anything if we send
them a template. I was considering a larger front (center grill area) engine
bump stop. Also, stiffer tranny mounts would be nice (the 2Mennett ones are
still soft)......and control arms, and subframe bushing and....... They made
a kit for the BMW 2002 which was very very well done.
Let me know if anyone in the group is willing to do the measuring leg work.
I'm swamped these days.
On 1/23/06, Peter Schulz <pcschulz at comcast.net> wrote:
> Herr Doktor.....
> How do I correlate the part number to the size on the website?
> these look like the best potential solution as a pair is less than
> HALF the cost of an oem VW Bug/Bus tie rod boot...
> John Larson, mechanic and shop owner on the Audi-20v list gave me the
> VW part number 113 415 835
> At 04:38 PM 1/23/2006, you wrote:
> >I used these when I rebuilt my 2002. I also ran the front sway bar
> >they make on my 5000tqa. We might want to do a group buy????
> >There are measurement specs somewhere on the site. Grab your calipers...
> >Dr. Gratz
> -Peter Schulz
> Chelmsford Ma, USA
> 1991 200 20v Q Avant Titan Grey
> 1991 200 20v Q Avant Indigo Mica
> 1991 90 20v Q Red
> 1990 CQ silver (awaiting S2 engine transplant)
> 1990 CQ red ( to part or not)
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