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Replacing outer cv boot

How is the best way to change the right outer cv rubber boot of my 1989 toyota camry sv21

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    how do you put the new one
    on

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    2001 Toyota Camry

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Go get a univeral boot at the store, cut the old one off with a knife, and use pliers to remove the band, and put the new ones on.

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