Commercial Size Ball joint Boot 5
Approximate hole sizes 49 mm and 22 mm, Height 30 mm.
Unfortunately there are no official application lists available for any boots and no guarantee they will fit any specific models. Applications below are from kind customer feedback.
I have fitted these to Range Rover P38a lower ball joints (the lower ones are larger than the uppers) and although they are fractionally over size on the large diameter they work very well indeed. Hope this helps
John Deere's feedback - 'fitted fine on a steering ball joint slightly oversize on the large OD but ok with the original metal clip'.
Dodge 1999 Dodge Ram 1500 5.9L petrol 2wd lower and upper ball joints.
Iveco 75E150 draglink ball joint.
Mercedes 1989 MB 100 van, front hub swivel joints, 4 per vehicle. Steering joint boot see boot 7.
Mitsubishi Bottom ball joints on a Shogun Mk3
Toyota Hiace 2003 upper front suspension arm.
Wartburg Knight Ball Joint, not perfect but did the job secured with wire.
Boot 5 could replace the OEM-
Volvo A very snug but manageable fit on a Volvo FM9 track rod end.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you supply clips to retain the boots?
We supply all boots with the relevant cable tie wraps. From experience the boots usually hold nicely onto the joints without metal clips and often retain better without them. Unless the replacement boot is exactly the same size as the original, fitting or refitting a metal clip can pinch the boot and leave a gap for grease to escape and water to ingress. Plus some metal double row metal clips are very difficult to fit.
The UK MOT obviously has rigid guidelines, although a failure or pass is often down to the individual examiner’s interpretation. Examiners have been known to have said only damage matters and if the compression holds the boot in place, it isn’t essential to have clips. If you are in doubt, please speak to your MOT testing station first.