Pathypop Posted April 5, 2021 Share Posted April 5, 2021 (edited) My son's '03 Pathfinder with a 2" lift has a fully torn inner boot on the pass side. The axle is a reman from Napa that we installed around 3 years ago, but the boot started tearing during the first year. Even the 2" lift seems to be rough on OEM boots. I think that taking the actual CV joint apart is hard, right? Does anyone have experience with the Flexx Boot (FB3001k) universal fit that comes with the install cone? I'm also thinking these type of boots might last longer since they are made of a material that is intended to stretch more than OEM styles. TIA. PS - haven't posted here for awhile because my son's PF has been such a good truck. He has put 55k miles on it in 5 years and he's probably spent less than $1k on parts (tires excluded) with us doing all the labor. He just bought his 2nd set of tires for it. After we replaced the rear suspension most else has been minor stuff. Mileage is not so good, it leaks a little from the rms, but now at ~170k miles with no CEL's there's no complaints. Edited April 6, 2021 by Pathypop correction: $1k spent on parts, not $2k. 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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