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CV boot Help

Helo All,
I ordered this cv boot for my 84 930 from our host
901-332-293-12-M60

it lists in the discription as turbo up to 84

It looks way too small, Im not sure how much your suposed to strech these things but I dont think its the correct part. Anybody know the correct part to order?

If anybody is feeling really generous Id love to see the factory diagram of the axel/joints to help me get everything back together

Thank you very much
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Old 10-31-2006, 10:09 AM
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That is the correct part for that application - turbo or burbo bodied carrera.

They do have to stretch a bit.

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Thanks for the info! Ill see if I can get it to fit..
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Boots

I did mine this summer and what fun. Whatever you do cover the splines with tape to keep from cutting them. I had to get my wife to elp me and it was still a pain. Get the band tightened ASAp or they will pop off as soon as you try to put the CVs on. Good luck


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Man I just cant beleive I have the right boot. There is no way I can Get that thing on there by hand. The OD of the ring is like 50% bigger than the unstreached boot ID. Does anybody have any aditional info. Im a bit stumped here.
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I just replaced one on my 930, (87), and it was real tight but it went on with grease and pulling. The way I did it was to put the little clamp on first, then turn the boot inside out, grease it well, then pull the big end over the axle and pull like hell. Once the little end slips on then just pull the big end over it and you are done. Don't forget to put the clamp on first. (Ask me how I know this).
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You may want to use a zip tie for the small end of the boot. I've gone through several torn boots o new axles and I think it's because of the metal clamps. It doesn't allow the boot to breath or expand from what I've heard. I did it that way on my 911SC and had no problems.
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That is a great idea Rocket!
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