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Old 08-29-2006, 02:28 PM   #21

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As mentioned..

More trouble than it'* worth..

One thing we need to keep in mind here is if you want to do it this way..that is your choice and we can support you to a degree.

Seems to'* easier for you to remove the boot..put the new one in there (remove the wire ring first though) w/o gluing and then if you decide to swap back later... pick up another piece. Why swap now and then again later.. only do the work once if need be.

(Afterall.. you aren't Pat..and don't need every original part from your car stored in bomb proof vacuumed packing material)
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