CVs don't typically fail catastrophically so if you can find cheap split boots to fit you can give it a try without too much worry (unless you are going on a real long trip or something) That said, IMHO with 260K miles you are wasting your time trying to find / install split boots on your Ridge. Split boots are iffy at best.Is there any way to change out all the rubber CV boots without pulling axles??
Saw an ad from an Italian company that has boots that glue together after they are put on. Not sure if there is a way around this problem. 260k miles. need to stop leaking
Does not have to be scammy...Better to tell you than not...unless it is a lie...or they make a big deal that your wheels will fall off, etc. etc.every time I go to the dealer they tell me I have a boot leaking s bit...latest dealer scam...like the $50 cabin filter