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I'm needing to reboot the front 4matic axle halves....there's a crack in both sides and one is just stating to leak grease. In the search here I found mention that when you buy the boots, you get the grease and instructions as well. What I didn't find was the where they are available part?:confused:

Kevin
 

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OK...found a set of two inner boot kits for $208 on ebay. TRUCKTEC whomever the hell that is. The factory OE's are $220ea I think. I probably need to ask parts.com if that's ea or for two.:confused:

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that's a ridiculous price. I'd be willing to bet there's a suitable alternative boot somewhere in the market...think weird French or Italian cars as a potential source
 

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I'm needing to reboot the front 4matic axle halves....there's a crack in both sides and one is just stating to leak grease. In the search here I found mention that when you buy the boots, you get the grease and instructions as well. What I didn't find was the where they are available part?:confused:

Kevin
Kevin,

Look at this link from autohausaz

https://www.autohausaz.com/search/p...5&[email protected]&[email protected] 4-MATIC&year=1992&[email protected] Parts&[email protected] Boot Kit

Jim
 

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Thanks Jim....looks like the same part/company...except you have to double the price. So $160 versus $220....I can live with that.:D And the outer seals are $7 and some change ea. Except Autohausaz changes companies again. I know they're just rubber boots but removing the shafts isn't a walk in the park.

Kevin
 
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