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SEE MY POST OF 10/5 BOOTS

IF BOOTS SOUND "DRY" IS THERE ANYTHING that can be sprayed on them?>

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  • davidj18224 Oct 19, 2008

    How do I spray without effecting the rotor pads???? What tyep of silicone?

  • davidj18224 Oct 20, 2008

    Thanks VERY much!

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I suppose u could spray them w/ silicone, just don't get any on the brake rotors or pads.

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  • Curt Downs Oct 19, 2008

    Any auto parts store should sell silicone spray, also probably hardware stores. Probably would be best to remove wheel, so u will be spraying away from brake components onto front axle boot. While u can see the boot, check it for cracks or tears. If u find any holes or splits that go thru the boot, it should be chånged. :Road dirt and grime can get in and ruin the cv joint..


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