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- Energy Suspension warrants its products against defects in workmanship and material for 24 months when used on passenger cars and light trucks. Products that have been abused, altered, or incorrectly installed are not covered. Energy Suspension will replace defective products or component parts, if inspection for factory personnel determines the part to be defective. Warranty replacement covers only the product. Labor claims, time loss, or freight charges will not be honored.
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Energy Suspension Polyurethane Universal Dust Boots
Importance of Dust Boots
Many of you are finding out that the rubber boot on your ball joint or tie rod has rotted away or has split. These boots are extremely important for the suspension of your vehicle. Fortunately, Energy Suspension makes Universal Dust boots that will fit most vehicles. These dust boots are made of polyurethane and are far more durable than rubber. This will seal your boot to retain the grease in the joint, as well as protecting the joint from dirt, sand, water, and snow.
How to get your measurements
In order to select the proper boot, you will first need to grab a few measurements. The best way to do this is with a set of digital calipers. You will need to measure the diameter of the base where the boot will sit, the diameter of the shaft (also called the Pin Opening Diameter) and the height of the boot. Once you have gotten to your tie rod end measure these three spots. Be sure to be as exact as possible and to write down your measurements. If you have any trouble getting these measurements, give our customer service team at DST a call.
It is important to note that you do not want to choose a boot that is bigger than your measurements. You want to choose a boot that is just slightly smaller than the measurements you obtained. The elasticity of the polyurethane will allow the hole to stretch and grip the joint tightly. If you choose a boot that is too large there will be a gap which lets in debris.
Now that you have these measurements, you can verify that this is the boot that you need. If you find that your measurements do not match this boot, go to our Universal Dust Boot page to match a part to your measurements.
Choose your design
Energy Suspension offers an alternative to the traditional round bushing. There is an octagon shaped dust boot available as an option. The octagonal boots have the same specifications and perform the exact thing. They just offer a more unique look.
Product Reviews for 16.13102 | Front Ball Joint Dust Boot/Cover Replacement | Honda
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These parts worked very well for me, at first I thought they were too small but when I went to install them they fit perfectly and was easy to do.verified_user Verified Buyer - Donald Trenholm - . Energy Suspension 16.13102 - 5 out of 5
starstarstarstarstar" These parts was just right "
These parts made my job a lot better, thanks.verified_user Verified Buyer - Mike Dalton - . Energy Suspension 16.13102 - 5 out of 5
starstarstarstarstar" excelent "
The part fit perfectly and the quality is as expected.verified_user Verified Buyer - JOSE LUIS DIAZ - . Energy Suspension 16.13102 - 5 out of 5
starstarstarstarstar" Great value for the money "
These are the cure for the wimpy stock upper and lower ball joint boots...no more grease leaking all over!!verified_user Verified Buyer - errol yap - . Energy Suspension 16.13102 - 5 out of 5
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- How do you install the ball joint dust boots? Are they just press on? Do they have the wire like the stock piece? Do you load the boot with grease before you put them on, or the ball joint itself?
- Place the boot onto the ball joint and install by hand, making sure it is snug. Fit the socket or receiver cup over the ball joint assembly and lightly tap until the boot is even and secure. Grease the ball joint itself after you install the dust boot. ...see more