[ROVERNET - UK] Rubber boot needed
p6rovers at yahoo.com
Sun Mar 30 06:45:05 BST 2008
Isn't it the case that there is a large cylinder of
steel permantly fixed to the end of the cable over
which the small rubber boot would have to be pulled?
The boot was probably installed before the end was
fitted. That would make refitting a "stand-alone"
boot very difficult.
You probably only have a choice of forgetting about it
and lather some anti-seize compound on that area or
developing a work-around as has been suggested.
--- Brooks <restore at nbnet.nb.ca> wrote:
> If I recall correctly that part is quite unique and
> unfortunatly they tend
> to rot as you can tell....I think I bought a new one
> from Scott's ...however
> in the interest of time and sourcing ...perhaps you
> could try to fashion one
> out of leather or marine vinyal...untill you locate
> a suitable replacement.
> Dennis Brooks
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "LANCE G LACERTE, LANCE G LA CERTE"
> <lacpsyd6 at msn.com>
> To: "Rovernet" <rovernet at lyris.ccdata.com>
> Sent: Sunday, March 30, 2008 12:38 AM
> Subject: [ROVERNET - UK] Rubber boot needed
> > Hi all,
> > Am about to put my differential back in (P6B,
> 3500S) with rebuilt
> > calipers, lines, etc. The rubber hand brake cable
> boot (part # 606016) is
> > of course rotted away. This is the ribbed boot at
> the end of the cable
> > which fits into the linkage attached to the
> caliipers. I can't find
> > anything generic at the local auto parts store.
> Ruth of ABC states that
> > she doesn't have any. Does anyone have one of
> these lying around in good
> > condition, or any reasonable
> > Thanks for any help in advance.
> > Lance La Certe, '70 P6B 3500S
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