Lucas Universal Stretchable CV Boot Kit - Only £3.99 delivered @ Eurocarparts.com  ** Was £17.99 **
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Lucas Universal Stretchable CV Boot Kit - Only £3.99 delivered @ Eurocarparts.com ** Was £17.99 **

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Found 16th Sep 2015
Many of the guys on this site will probably have needed at least one of these over the years...... Great price. Free delivery or Click & Collect option.

Lucas Universal Stretchable CV Boot Kit
Great to have for when your not expecting to change a CV boot and then as your doing other work you see that the old one is damaged. You have the part ready to use and it have a 99% chance that it will be the correct one.Fits 99% of vehicles on the road
Cone and pneumatic tool compatible
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heat given useful part to keep in garage.
link not working though.
Lucas Universal CV - Sounds like George is asking Universal Studios for a Job, now Mickey owns his life's work.
use promo code Mot10 for 10% also
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patrickpldj

heat given useful part to keep in garage.link not working though.


Please double check link..... seems to be working okay for me?
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senator666dog

use promo code Mot10 for 10% also


You need to spend at least £9.99 to use this code..... I did try :-)
sorry 10% off
sorry for that I bought 4 and used the code
heat, always worth keeping a spare or 2.
Use either MVC2000 OR CLOUD11 for discount of 11.5%
Yes, very useful item!
The RRP is a bit over the top.
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Looks like a butt plug
RRP a bit much i picked one up last week for my Mothers car for £4.75 in my local motor factors
Recommend seeing how much a replacement drive shaft can be. The time spent fiddling around replacing a CV boot may outweigh the cost to simply replace the shaft. Plus you have a new shaft with boots either side, already greased.
copthis1

Looks like a butt plug



Sounds like you are familiar with them?
For those unsure you'll also need a cone to get this on which is often cheaper as a kit. Grease cone and boot, wear rubber or grippy gloves to slide on in one motion.Otherwise everything gets covered in grease and you'll struggle.

For those with the pneumatic tool I don't think you'll need guidance
Any rrp at ecp is just made up

I've had parts that reckon the rrp is £340 yet I've paid £20 for
All ECP parts are covered by their 30-30 guarantee!!!!!
I would avoid them like the plague.
Edited by: "pedropecker" 17th Sep 2015
My BX used to eat CV boots like they were going out of fashion .....
The question is how well do these take to being stretched? Have seen a few lesser quality "stretchable" boots split - with the hapless owner being given the finger when returning the item.

If they are as good as the Duraboot then they should be ok.
This has got me written all over it
nicholls22

Recommend seeing how much a replacement drive shaft can be. The time … Recommend seeing how much a replacement drive shaft can be. The time spent fiddling around replacing a CV boot may outweigh the cost to simply replace the shaft. Plus you have a new shaft with boots either side, already greased.



Are you being serious,it's £3.99 and you say it may be worth getting a whole new drive shaft instead,what are the drive shafts made out of on your car,cocktail sticks ?

Next time my car needs oil should I just change the engine
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mikerj

Sounds like you are familiar with them?




Don't knock it till you've tried it oO
Once used one of these to repair a leaking antique toilet. Used it to link a bespoke (lead) flush pipe to a Victorian toilet bowl.
I have no idea what this is but have just ordered 4 X)
eeyoreworld

I have no idea what this is but have just ordered 4 X)



​you just bought 4 butt plugs according to copthis1.
Biggunspaul

Are you being serious,it's £3.99 and you say it may be worth getting a … Are you being serious,it's £3.99 and you say it may be worth getting a whole new drive shaft instead,what are the drive shafts made out of on your car,cocktail sticks ? Next time my car needs oil should I just change the engine



Replacement Driveshafts can start from around £25, depending on the vehicle of course (HENCE RECOMMENDATION TO CHECK PRICE OF COMPLETE SHAFT FIRST) I'd sooner pay the extra for a complete shaft as oppose to messing around with a fitting a new boot and grease and potentially go on the other side or the actual shaft failing. Seemed fairly logical to me.
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