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Bad CV Boot

Discussion in 'Odes Nation' started by jweese1, Nov 5, 2019.

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  1. jweese1

    jweese1 Jack SXS Nation Regular

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    I have a bad cv boot on my 2015 Odes Dominator 800 5-seater. Can anyone give me any tips ? Are all these boots the same or do I have to go through Odes? I have changed a couple on my 2004 Polaris quad, Is it similar? Any help would be appreciated.
     
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    Oldguy Randy SXS Nation Regular

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    I had a boot rip on my 17 Dominator X-2, guy replaced it with a can-am outlander boot. had to google removal, not sure if polaris is the same method or not
     
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    jweese1 Jack SXS Nation Regular

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    I haven't torn into it yet, I wanted to have the boot in hand before I started. I think they are all similar as near as I can tell. Thanks Oldguy.
     
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    She's back together! Pretty simple and is similar to the quad. As far as boots go, try MotorcycleDoctor.com the salesman was very helpful and told me they used to be an Odes dealer and still carry some parts. as far as boots go, they carry a boot that one size fits all. I was skeptical but I ordered 2 to replace both boots while I had it apart. They worked perfectly. He also told me that they have a kit that allows you to cone the boot on the axle without taking the CV joint apart. Hope this helps someone.
     

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