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2007 Polaris Outlaw 525 IRS - CV Boot Problems

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I have two of these quads and right now both have torn inner cv boots. The stock boots look the cheesy p.o.s and will continue to tear on a regular basis. Does anyone know of an upgraded more durable cv boot for these machines?

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This site carries an aftermarket boot, I don't know if it is any better, but they claim it is cheaper than OEM. From what I understand, the inner boots wearing out is just something that you have to deal with on those machines.

http://www.atvworks.com/

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Yeah I'm gathering that. It is one sweet ride but man that's gunna be a costly pain in the rear.

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