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How to install a constant velocity joint boot on a 1991 chevrolet 1500 4x4

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Hi med
the quickest way to do this is to buy a cv boot kit that comes in 2 halfs. The kit includes a welding adhesive and works really well.Cut the old cv boot off and remove the retaining bands then add some grease to the cv joint since the opportunity presents itself. Follow the fitting instructions to the letter and just make sure your hands are clean so as not to harm the bonding process

hope this helps you

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