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Tie rod / ball joints

Discussion in 'Honda Acty' started by blakkmoon, Jun 28, 2011.

  1. blakkmoon

    blakkmoon Member

    Sorry if I missed it somewhere
    But I am trying to find Tie rod / ball joints for the 91 acty

    Or a domestic cross over would be better

    Have not had the time to run to the bone yard yet to see whats there

    Hoping someone might have some info ???

    Mine are banging and clunking pretty bad

    And of course are NON serviceable to boot
  2. fupabox

    fupabox Well-Known Member

  3. blakkmoon

    blakkmoon Member

    ooooo u rock!
  4. blakkmoon

    blakkmoon Member

    using google chrome for a browser
    it auto translates
  5. fupabox

    fupabox Well-Known Member

    yeah I use chrome and love the translate...it oddly screws up Japanese sometimes and translates into undecipherable squiggles and boxes...very odd must have something to do with scripting.....too bad epcdata.ru doesn't have a Daihatsu catalogue
  6. shogun

    shogun Active Member

    Just finished to prepare my 1997 Acty Truck for the Japanese Shaken roadworthy test tomorrow. Had to replace the rubber boots for all tie rod ends as they had cracks and grease was leaking out and with broken boots the car would not get the stamp for the next 2 years. Just for info these data:

    Upper Part Inside Diameter (mm) 13
    Height (mm) 26
    Lower Part Inside Diameter (mm) 32

    Main Compatible Vehicle Honda Acty, Life, Today
    Honda part number 53546-SF4-004
    aftermarket p/n and maker: Ohno DC-1518

    Other OE numbers:
    53540-679-004, 53540-SC2-004, 53540-SC2-901, 53540-SF4-004, 53540-SJ6-003, 53540-SJ6-R01, 53546-679-004, 53546-SF4-004, 53546-SF4-R01, 53560-679-004, 53560-SC2-003, 53560-SC2-004, 53560-SC2-901

    With the dimensions you can probably locally source such rubber boots. For example there is a shop in the U.K. which is specialized on that: Ball Joint, Track Control Arm and Track Rod End Boots
    Last edited: Jun 18, 2017
  7. shogun

    shogun Active Member

    BTW: My truck passed the Shaken test without any problem, car is now 20 years old, now 56300km, got the sticker for the next 2 years. I got it in 2010 with only 12000 km on the clock, was the car of our company service center, but seldom used. That is the reason why it was sold to me then. As it was a company car, all regular services had been done till then by a Honda dealer

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