Ball Joint Boots

Boot 1 Track Rod End Dust Boots (Tie Rod End Boots)

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Approximate hole sizes 25 mm and 11 mm, Height 22.5 mm.

Boot 1   Track Rod End and Anti Roll bar Link

Approximate hole sizes 25 mm and 11 mm, Uncompressed Height 22.5 mm. The Centre hole will comfortably stretch to at least 13 mm.

These track rod end dust boots should be suitable for almost every car, from the 1950s to the present day. I have feedback from customers who have fitted them on hundreds of different ones and they have always been a great fit. The only ones that they won’t replace, are vehicles that use pinch bolts instead of nuts, as the shank is usually about 16 mm [boot 4 should fit those]; and track rod ends where the boot has been crimped on with a wide metal collar.

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.

Track rod ends:

Alfa Romeo Alfa GT 1.9JTDm 2007.

Audi 1985 UR Quattro

Austin/Morris A30, A35, A40, Mini, Allegro, Marina, Ital, Maestro, Montego, 1100, 1300, Metro.

Caterham Caterham /Lotus Seven

Daewoo Matiz Mark one (2001).

Fiat 124, 126, 127, 128, 133, 500 57-72, 600, 850, Brava, Bravo, Cinquecento, Coupe, Panda, Punto, Regata, Ritmo, Seicento, Strada, Tempra, Tipo, Uno, X1/9, Fiorino.

Ford Fiesta MK 1, 2 and 3, Cortina, Corsair, Anglia, Capri, Granada, Sierra, Escort 1, 2, [Also green RS Track rod ends], Escort 3 and 4 , KA. Track Rod Ends 2001 Ford Transit Flareside.

Lotus Europa S2 track rod end.

MG MGB and MGB GT, MGF.

Mazda 626 2001 track rod ends. Mazda RX-5 Cosmo from 1977 (1975-1981) so it would work on the 121L also, support arm ball joint.

Morgan Plus 8. 1965 +4. 4 /4.

Peugeot 104, 106, 205, 206, 305, 306, 307, 309, 405, 406, 504, 505.

Porsche 944, Porsche 944 S2.

Quads Quadzilla buggy. Please see 2 photos that Keith Rushton kindly sent in. Other quads are listed on the page.

  

Boot 1, a perfect fit.

Reliant Scimitar SS1.

Renault 4, 5, 6, Clio, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 25, 30, Fuego, Espace 1 and 2.

Rover 100, 200, 301, 400.

Seat Fitted my Seat Alhambra t/rod ends a treat.

Smart Fourtwo track rod ends and ball joints.

Suzuki LJ80, Suzuki SJ, Suzuki LJ track rod ends.

Sachsenring Trabant 601 1964 - 1990.

Triumph 1300, 1500, Herald, Spitfire, GT6, Dolomite, Toledo, Vitesse.  

Vauxhall Chevette, Astra, Cavalier, Victor, Nova, Corsa, Vauxhall Vectra B.

Volkswagen Golf MK1, Golf MK4, T25, Polo 1, 2, 3. VW Camper 1978 track rod ends. New Beetle track rod ends. 73 beetle tie rod small cone.

VW T3 track rod ends.

Volvo 240

Wolseley 6/80 and 4/50.

Yamaha  2004 YFZ 450 Yamaha quad runner, upper A arms. Big Bear 1999 4X4 YFM350FWBL Ball Joints. Thank you Jean-Philippe.

Zastava Yugo, Spirit. Track rod ends.


Anti roll bar links:

 

Audi Audi A2.

BMW Front anti-roll bar drop link on: E39 BMW 5 series, E36 BMW 3 Series, Rear anti-roll bar drop link on: BMW E36 3 series (this drop Link has a ball joint at one end and an eye bush at the other).

Ford  Ford Ka up to 2005, Ford Mondeo up to 2005, Ford Cougar up to 2004.

Jaguar Rear track control arms 2000 S type Jaguar. Anti roll bar link (front / rear) - X350 / Stype / XF / X150(New XK), Upper arm joint (front / rear) - X350 / Stype / XF / X150(New XK). Thank you Ikuma.

Rear tie-road Jaguar S-type 2.7 V6 Diesel 2007.

Kia Sportage drop links

Mercedes 320S 1991 front sway bar link.

Porsche 964/993 Swaybar.  1995 Porsche 993 (911) Carrera 4, upper ball joint on the front drop link arm between hub and front anti-roll bar.

964 Anti Roll Bar links.

Rover  Landrover Discovery 2.

Vauxhall 1996-2001 Vauxhall Vectra. Vauxhall Monaro anti roll bar links, when fitted with uprated links (Pedders XA Coilover kit). They were apparently a little big, but did the job and got it through its MOT.

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.