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Old 01-18-2011, 10:00 AM   #1
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Hello, I'm looking for the steering boots that cover the inner tie rod for my 95 Civic EX Coupe. I'm looking to pick them up today or have them by the morning so I was wondering where I can get them? Advance Auto has these: http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/web...___#fragment-1 but it says only one is required but both sides have them. Thanks for any help.
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I believe they mean 1 per side.
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That's what I thought originally but there is not RH option listed either.
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I guess just order two of the same one, It would work either way but I was just concerned.
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Can anyone verify those are the actual ones I need for my car? and for both sides? Also if I removed the inner rod but lined it up properly would it ruin the alignment at all?
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I had to get mine from Napa. They were friggin' expensive too. Like $50 for the pair!
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If you're patient I'm sure you can find them online for waaaaaaaay cheaper...I understand patience isn't always a luxury afforded to us with these things.
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They're available at the dealer for cheaper than anywhere else.
$18 each IIRC...

The ones I got at Autozone 8 months ago haven't held up very well...


hondapartsnow.com has worked pretty well for me when I need OEM parts, but can wait a week.

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Got mine at Advance. Seemed to be ok so far.

If you carefully count the threads on the tie rod you shouldn't mess up your alignment....much...

Hardest part for me was getting the ball joint out. Couldn't even get the castle nut off because it just spins with the joint. I think maybe you can lower the car down to put pressure on it.
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