Re: [Chrysler300] ball and trunnion drive shaft boots
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Re: [Chrysler300] ball and trunnion drive shaft boots





Who knows if you still have that ancient old-school drive program replaced by stuff that could be repaired in Smallville Anywhere if it failed on a tour?  Had 3 of these transformations done and all of them will still be turning rear axles 50 years from now.   

On Thu, Jun 14, 2018 at 4:48 PM, 'Bob Jasinski' rpjasin@xxxxxxxxxxx [Chrysler300] <Chrysler300-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
 

I put the G up on the lift to check things out after the recent meet.  The new drive shaft boot, just put on last year probably has 900 miles on it and already has a tear in it..  The previous one didn’t last long either.  I’m curious if others are having poor service life from the modern boot replacements or am I the only one.  My housing does have some wear in it, but its not loose and I just don’t see why these things aren’t holding up better.  Any others with this issue?  I’m thinking seriously about just having a new driveshaft made with modern joint on the front and giving up on ball and trunnion.  Heresy I know, but Larry Jett told me to do it so I know I have company in the flock.

 

Bob J




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Posted by: Larry Jett <larrywjett@xxxxxxxxx>


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