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Replace outer front cv boot

Need to replace cv boot

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Jack it up and take the tire and hub off and then you can take the boot off from there. you will need the tool to replace the boot band.

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How to replace cv boots on atv

  1. First jack up vehicle.
  2. remove tire/rim
  3. remove cotter pin and castle nut from the end of the axle.
  4. disassemble spindle from upper/lower ball joints'
  5. separate spindle from axle by pulling spindle away from the vehicle.
  6. with two hands grasp axle and pull firmly to remove axle assembly from differential.
  7. remove torn cv boot, clean all old grease from cv joint.
  8. apply new grease and install new boot.
  9. secure clips on cv boot.
  10. Reassembly is reverse of disassembly.
  11. Consider purchasing the service manual for your make /model of atv from amazon. This manual will have step by step instructions and pictures for any repair or maintenance that you will need to perform.

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Probably dirt or grit got in to your CV joint check cv joint for tear or small rip

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My front axel is turning but the wheel is not tried replacing armature plate but made no difference what could be the problem

Have you checked the splines on the wheel hub end of the cv joint? They're splined - and when the splines wear down - the cv joint will turn - but you're tire won't. If you shoot me your make and model and I have the manual - I'll shoot you the minimal clearance on those spines. If it's not the splines (male) on the cv joint - it's probably the female splines of the hub

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On a 2012 sportsman 850xp eps le with lower a arms that are for extra clearance do you need a axel that is longer to clear the a arm . Just spent $3800 having this done and the boot has already ripped open...

Hey Troy,
Sorry to hear about your trouble. It sounds like you increased the angle at the CV joint on your shafts. A longer shaft may not alleviate the problem. The big thing with a lift kit on your ATV is making sure the design of the kit is sound. And that it was installed properly.
Now it's quite possible you simply had a manufacture defective boot. And a new one is all you need. And that should be under warranty. I would certainly go back to the installer and show them the trouble you are having. With the lift kit, I feel you should have new shafts to meet the design requirements. Or your stock shafts may need to be modified. I hope all you really need is a better boot. And I hope this info gets you back to riding soon.

Take care.

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Four wheeler

Could be a CV axle if worse when turning tight it's a front sounds like a rear tho.

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Cv axle interchange 2004 - 2005 polaris sporstman 400

The "upgrade" can be done but it ain't cheap! The outer hub has to be a 2005 for clearance of the CV joint and there are clearance problems around the front pumpkin. If you keep the angle to near stock, the knuckles are very reliable. Make them bend too far, with a lift kit and they will break.
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2005 sportsman noise in the rear area of the machine

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