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Freelander front propshaft (((boot))) any known fixes

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by A&N's GARAGE, Jan 3, 2010.

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  1. A&N's GARAGE

    A&N's GARAGE New Member

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    Hi Landy guys,
    I am here to see if anyone yet knows were you can get a replacment after market front propshaft boot or has any of you clever buggers out their designed something yet or found any known fixes.
    I would like all your help on finding a cure because , i am fed up with getting them bust in our garage as soon as they are pxxxing moved.:D
    ANDREW
     
  2. The Mad Hat Man

    The Mad Hat Man Well-Known Member LZIR Despatch Agent

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    take more feckin care then!

    :welcome::search::dnfnoob::bolt:
     
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    HA HA HA You mad max thats only half the fix aint it!!
     
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    it has been mentioned to me that a boot from a Metro would fit - does anyone have any knowledge of this please?
     
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    apparently, if it aint split much then superglue is a good bodge.
     
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    Great reply thanks Dazz - i've purchased ebay item 130308929726 and the supplier confirms he has supplied them for this use before - Stuart Armson has agreed to do his best to fit it for me so hopefully we'll remain 4x4 cheers Bill
     
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