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I know this isn't the right place for this, but I am selling my Jeep and I have a NOS T-176/300 shift boot that I don't need. Thought more interested people might see it here.
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I'd be all over that too if I had a T176/300 combo. Nothing can compare to OEM rubber boots over the aftermarket garbage Crown and Omix sell.
 

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I'd be all over that too if I had a T176/300 combo. Nothing can compare to OEM rubber boots over the aftermarket garbage Crown and Omix sell.
Not my setup either, and certainly Mopar NOS would be best.

Just curious is you would lump Fairchild in with Crown/Omix on this one as they do make that boot (and the D300-only boot with a T4/T5)?
 

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Just curious is you would lump Fairchild in with Crown/Omix on this one as they do make that boot (and the D300-only boot with a T4/T5)?
I think Fairchild is much better than the Crown and Omix. I only have the lower intermediate steering shaft boot from Fairchild for a few years now and it certainly has outlived the Crown boot that was on there previously that lasted only a couple of month's.
 
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I think Fairchild is much better than the Crown and Omix. I only have the lower intermediate steering shaft boot from Fairchild for a few years now and it certainly has outlived the Crown boot that was on there previously that lasted only a couple of month's.
Thanks. Appreciate the insights as always.
 
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