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i have found that instead of paying the 20-25 dollars for the oem boot, just go to an auto part store and fine one with the same dimensions. i have a friend who works at a car quest he took my ripped boot to work with him and matched it up with a boot from a geo metro..and it only cost me like 6 or 7 bucks.. hope this helps ................ has anyone else done this
 

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Wish i would've known that a good while back.
 

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I have done that with PoPo axles, but for some reason I have spares for the foremans. Also the auto cv boots are thicker than the oem replacements for atv's
 

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yes i forgot to mention the thickness thing
 

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I like the gorilla boots. They are really thick
 

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QUOTE ("bnuts30":2ymyi3l8)
i have found that instead of paying the 20-25 dollars for the oem boot, just go to an auto part store and fine one with the same dimensions. i have a friend who works at a car quest he took my ripped boot to work with him and matched it up with a boot from a geo metro..and it only cost me like 6 or 7 bucks.. hope this helps ................ has anyone else done this

i have done this before...but the gorilla boots are a good investment
 
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Don't know if your quad is still under warranty but my buddy has had two of them replaced for free at the dealer under warranty. I think it depends which service manager you deal with.
 
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