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Angle Drive Boot?
So when I was investigating the leak around my radiator, I noticed that the rubber boot around my angle drive was torn (covering the end of part 106130).

Now looking online it appears a rubber boot around this part isn't standard? Is it worth me sourcing a replacement one? And if so, does anyone have a recommendation as to where?

VIN 4494, Grey interior, 5 speed, October 1981
DOC 757
My car never had one, when I replaced the angle drive after the first 8 months of ownership I bother putting a boot on the new one either.
The only maintenance my angle drive gets is the removal of the lower cable every so often so I cab put a drop of gearbox oil into the angle drive. I've had the new one on the car just shy of 4 years and 15,000 miles use, and it's touch wood it is still going strong (angle drive is from Speedograph Richfield, it's not a DMCH "improved" unit)
VIN# 04708, Grey interior, 5 speed, October 1981
DOC 649
ex DOC 562
What he said above for me too. No booty. Open to air. Keep clean and lubed from time to time. I think a booty would just trap moisture anyway. It so close to the road and the weather that it's almost unavoidable it being exposed to wet damp conditions.
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May 1981 vin#1458
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Sound like something you can manage without.
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I'll take the Lotus philosophy and remove it for lightness then :lol:

Cheers everyone!
VIN 4494, Grey interior, 5 speed, October 1981
DOC 757

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