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moparwannabe
Posted 2022-10-02 3:03 PM (#624649)
Subject: Size of ball and trunion joint


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Hi, I understand there is 2 different sizes of the ball and trunion joint. But which one fits a Dodge Royal 1957 with torqueflight and a 325V8? Need to order a new rubber boot before the joint gets damaged.
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Powerflite
Posted 2022-10-02 9:03 PM (#624653 - in reply to #624649)
Subject: Re: Size of ball and trunion joint



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Just get a boot for a '95 Neon. It comes with different step sizes. Cut it to the proper size you need. It works and lasts better than one made for your car. Better quality rubber. Search through the forum for Neon boot and you will find more info.
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mstrug
Posted 2022-10-02 9:51 PM (#624655 - in reply to #624649)
Subject: Re: Size of ball and trunion joint



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Posted 2009-09-04 1:35 PM (#187632 - in reply to #186507)
Subject: Re: rubber driveshaft boot & clamps



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Location: WHEELING,WV.>>>HOME OF WWVA this might help------ROCKAUTO.COM---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------later
2001 DODGE NEON 2.0L 1996cc 122cid L4 FI (C) : Drivetrain : CV Joint Boot Price Core Total
RAYBESTOS Part # 8161002 {Professional Grade}
Front; Outer; Universal Solid Boot

$8.89 $0.00 $8.89
PRECISION Part # 7450 {CV Boot}
Front; Outer

$9.52 $0.00 $9.52
RAYBESTOS Part # 8168110 {Professional Grade}
Front; Outer (Only 1 Remaining)

$9.84 $0.00 $9.84
RAYBESTOS Part # 8168109 {Professional Grade}
Front; Inner (Only 4 Remaining)

$10.81 $0.00 $10.81
RAYBESTOS Part # 8161032 {Professional Grade}
Front; Inner; Universal Solid Boot (Only 8 Remaining)

$11.13 $0.00 $11.13
RAYBESTOS Part # 8161037 {Professional Grade #8161011, 8161026}
Front; Outer; Universal Split Boot

$13.72 $0.00 $13.72
DORMAN Part # 03680 {HELP! - Boxed; Solid (not split) design. Stretches to fit joints up to 3-5/8" in diameter. Kit includes boot, grease, two cLamps and instructions.}
Front Outer; Uni-Fit

$14.42 $0.00 $14.42
DORMAN Part # 614001 {OE Solutions}
Front Outer; Uni-Fit

$14.42 $0.00 $14.42
DORMAN Part # 614632 {OE Solutions #04437-20020, 04438-06020, 04438-12171, 04438-12172, 04438-16040, 04438-16060, 04438-16080, 04438-32070, 04438-35021, 191 498 203, 26015008, 26018333, 26018334, 321 498 203A, 39241-0B025, 39241-16R25, 39241-17R26, 39241-2B085, 39241-2B086, 39241-2B087, 39241-2B088, 39241-2B089, 39741-03P85, 39741-04F25, 39741-04F28, 4057 011, 4205 853, 4346 164, 4367 009, 4367 010, 44018-SR1-901, 44333-SB2-761, 44333-SB2-981, 44333-SD9-003, 44333-SF1-962, 44333-SK7-J13, 4641 038, 4641 039, 4641 164, 4762 701, 5212 858, 7701 201 452, 7844997, 7845015, 7845020, 7845031, 7845398, 7847525, 8-94313-105-0, 8350 0495, 96056783, F3XY 3A331-A, F4BZ 3A331-B, F4BZ 3A331-D, MB160657, MB176162, MB176163, MB297337, MB297338, MB526400, MB620302, MR222681, T134 8568}
Front Outer; Quick-Boot

$22.79 $0.00 $22.79
DORMAN Part # 614002 {OE Solutions}
Front Inner; Uni-Fit

$22.79 $0.00 $22.79
PRECISION Part # 7420 {CV Boot}
Front; Inner
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samstrader
Posted 2022-10-11 7:38 PM (#624855 - in reply to #624649)
Subject: Re: Size of ball and trunion joint


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55-56 driveshaft rubber boot & clamps

I used Dorman Silicone Rubber boots for my 1955 plymouth and they have worked great for 2 years so far. I think the 1995 Neon boots are more probably more rugged, like Nathan says, but these silicone boots are real easy to install and very inexpensive. You can get an open box boot from Amazon for less than $10. I've been real happy with mine and even bought a couple of spares. The last post in the "55-56 driveshaft rubber boot & clamps" thread has all of the install information and the boot information. It is an option to consider.
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