Approximate hole sizes 30 mm and 16 mm Height 26.5 mm.
The approximate hole sizes are 30 mm and 16 mm, Uncompressed height 26.5 mm.
These track control arm and ball joint dust boots are suitable for ball joints with a large diameter taper; such as most modern car ball joints, that use pinch bolts instead of nuts. The shank of them is usually about 16 mm and most popular Fords are fitted with them.
They are also suitable for light commercial and 4WD track rod ends, that have a stub of around that size.
Unfortunately there are no official application lists available for any boots and no guarantee they will fit any specific models. But using our knowledge and feedback by kind customers, we have attempted to list some fitments below. Fitment list ©2009.
Alfa Romeo 145/146/155/GTV/Spider lower arm ball joint.
Audi A6, C5 Top Arms, perfect fit. A perfect fit for the lower front suspension ball joints fitted to V6 Audi 80. Front upper control arm ball joints on an Audi A6, C6.
BMW Fits BMW 3 series E30 model OEM Lemforder lower control arm inner and outer ball joints perfectly. Perfect fit to BMW 635 csi front arms.
BMW 635 csi 1986/87 Upper and Lower Control Arm Ball Joints. BMW E30 Lower Ball Joints. 1986 BMW M535i. front suspension thrust and control arms, so they should fit all 1982-
Citroen/Peugeot Fit the very expensive ball joints on a 1999 Citroen Dispatch van. Ball Joints Peugeot Expert.
Citroen C8 front wishbone ball joint. Citroen Synergie lower ball joint. Citroen C10 ball joint.
Perfect for Saxo VTR wishbones, front lower ball joints. Upper hole exact, lower hole within +1mm.
Been known to 'work a treat', for the lower wishbones on a Peugeot 806, same part/car is also Peugeot Partner/Eurotaxi/Citroen Dispatch and Fiat Ulysse MPV. Lower ball joint (swinging arm) on a Peugeot Partner 2 litre HDI Escapade.
Peugeot 205 and Gti Lower front suspension arm ball joint. Peugeot 206 and 206 HDI wishbone outer ball joint. Peugeot 406 Lower Arm Joints.
Peugeot 307 Lower Arm Joints. 05 Xsara Picasso 2lt HDI bottom ball joints.
Daihatsu Charade Wishbone Ball Joints.
Fiat Brava and Bravo 1995-
Fiat Doblo 2003 suspension lower arm ball joint, Fiat Ulysse MPV see Citroen/Peugeot. Track control arm 2005 Fiat Stilo Multiwagon.
Ford Mondeo P reg Lower ball joint. KA Lower Ball Joint. Ford Galaxy 1996 lower ball joint. Focus 2003 Lower arm. Puma 1.7 Lower ball joint.
Honda Perfect fit for a 1989 Honda CRX. Steering arms ball joints 4 wheel steering Honda Prelude.
Isuzu Fit onto the full steering assembly of a LWB Isuzu Trooper. Isuzu Trooper 3.1D, track rod ends.
Jaguar Upper and Lower ball joint boot XJ Sr-
Upper ball joint boot XJ8(X308) / XK8(X100).
Rear anti roll bar link upper S type(All), X350/X358 (All), XF(X250, (All), X351 (current XJ Saloon, (All), F Type (All).
Rear stabilizing link hub side, (=Rear track control arm/rear tie bar): S type (All), X350/X358 (All), XF(X250, (All), X351 (current XJ Saloon,
(All), F Type (All). Thank you very much Ikuma.
Rear track control rod outer joints, 2 each side total 4 needed, 2010 Jaguar XF 3.0 litre Diesel Luxury. They would also fit the two rear drop links ( anti roll bar drop links) 2 needed each side total 4.
Jensen 541 with steering box, 8 per vehicle.
Landrover Fit Landrover Defender and Discovery 1 steering joints. 2002 Freelander Front Ball Joints. Land Rover Series III track rod ends.
Fit anti roll bar links on the pre 94 defender and series 1 Discovery.
Mazda Fit an MR2 rear ball joints perfectly. MX5 bottom ball joint and control arms. Mk1 Mazda MX5 lower and upper ball joints.
(The above info is genuine feedback, but many MX ball joint boots are the type with integral metal flanges which press onto the joints; and the problem is the shoulder on the joints is too shallow, to clip a conventional boot onto. One customer fitted boot 3 to his 1993 1.6 MK1 by clipping the new boot 4, on top of the collar of the old boot).
Mercedes 320S 1991 upper and lower ball joints.
Perodua Fit upper ball joint (track rod end) perfectly on the 1997-
Peugeot Please look under Citroen/ Peugeot
Porsche 964/993 Steering rods.
Renault Master Track rod ends. Clio 2004 ball joints.
Riley Pathfinder 1954-
Rover 1953 Rover P4, 1 end of the centre steering rod. The other end is boot 3.
2005 facelift MG ZT and Rover 75 bottom ball joint.
MG TF 2003 135 Lower ball joints. MG ZS 180 Upper and lower ball joints. MG XS Lower ball joint.
They are a perfect fit for the lower suspension arms on the Rover Coupe (Rover part numbers RBJ100781 and RBJ100791 for the LH and RH arms) These are also the same arms as fitted to the Rover 200/400 (R8 Wedge shape), Rover 200 Coupe/Cabriolet/Tourer and Rover 200 (Bubble R3 shape) Rover 25 and MG ZR.
Rover 45/400 front upper and lower joints. 03 Rover 75 Lower front wishbone ball joints. Rover 620 Upper and Lower Ball Joints. Rover 620 Turbo lower ball joint. Rover Metro 1990 on lower ball joint. For Austin Metro see Boot 3.
Seat Alhambra 1996 lower ball joint.
Subaru They fit perfectly on the control arm ball joint of a Subaru legacy estate. Subaru Impreza.
They fit the lower ball joint as well as track rod end on Subaru Forester 98-
Suzuki Perfect fit on lower ball joints Suzuki Alto 1.1 16v 2004.
Tata Loadbeta 4 x 4 Track rod ends.
TVR Steering rack splash-
Vauxhall Corsa C Lower Ball Joints. 2002 Corsa Lower Ball Joints.
Volkswagen Golf 1, 2, 3 Lower Ball Joints. Passat 1998 Upper and Lower Ball Joints. 2005 Passat upper suspension arm.
Sharan 1996 lower ball joint. Pre 94 Polo lower ball joints. Track rod ends and track control arm ball joints Polo 9n (mk4).
Volvo 240 lower ball joints.
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.