Larry C Leung
l.leung at juno.com
Tue Jul 17 14:41:01 EDT 2001
Gee, maybe we can combine boots and have one that stays down on both
sides, and one that rides free.
The story, (mine is the same as yours, but floats right high), boot
frames have tabs that break, aren't availible without the leather and
have typical Type$$ Price$.
One solution (haven't bothered yet, but saw it posted), silicone sealer.
It's not in the intake system, so it won't bung anything up in the
emmisions equipment. Easy to apply, easy to remove if needed, and
Will try it myself when I find time ......
LL - NY
On Mon, 16 Jul 2001 11:32:26 -0400 (EDT) Chris Covington
<malth at umich.edu> writes:
>Since I got the 200q20v back, I've noticed that somehow the shifter
>and square mounting part got pulled up. I can realign it and get it
>sort of line up and snap in, but only one side of the boot (the right
>side) seems to say attached and the left side just lays down and then
>gets pulled up later after a few shifts. What's the proper way to
>the boot stay on?
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