end tore off from trying to get the clamp tight enough.
Motor Master CV Boot Kit
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The boots appear identical and feel like the originals I replaced. The bands work and look like OEM. They came with plenty of grease too. I think they're going to hold up just fine.
The banding strip is a joke you got to have a special tool to get it tight . Their are other brands out their that come with a banding that don't need a special tool to pull it tight. Yamaha cv boot kit is a better kit and you don't need the tool to get the banding tight. I do not recommend this kit.
The only thing hard about this job was pulling the axle. Boot materials are as good or better than the factory. The clamps are easy to install and tightened up to a very tight fit, WITHOUT SPECIAL TOOLS. I would definitely suggest to a friend and purchase again if there ever is another failure. Fit my 2002 Polaris Sportsman 500HO without a single issue, I barely even got my hands dirty.
The service was excellent. I received the inner boot in three days.
Everything was included including the grease and clamps. It is a heavy duty boot and I thought I would have trouble installing, but it installed with no issues and works great! No clamp slippage. I can once again ride without concern about mud or water.
Nice cv boot. Clamps are much easier to work with than the Oem polaris ones making the install very simple.
The product is priced right and looks to be of good quality. Only problem is with the boot clamps. Poor design and very hard to get tight. There is a tool that can be used but not offered. Had to borrow one from a fellow auto mechanic to do it correctly. Also could use installation instructions for the clamps so the novice does not screw it up. Not for first time mechanics!!!!!!!
Work well in keeping the dirt out. Dirt, sand and rock is abrasive. The parts that the boot protect are high stress and needs to be clean and well lubricated!
had to replace the old cvboot on my 2004 yamaha grizzly...did it on my own for the 1st time and it was pretty simple as long as your mechanically inclined.
as good as o.e.m.