Question about Cars & Trucks
Some times it depends on the vehicle in question but, from looking at your video it would seem to be as easy as unbolting the ujoints and removing them.
Sometimes you have to remove the whole drive shaft and pound out the the old joints with a driver and a hammer. An old socket should do the trick.
Posted on Oct 31, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: CV joints grinding
Your best solution Mike is to replace them as a complete halfshaft. Yes, I know the cost is a little higher, but usually not much. Compare the cost of the CV joints, and also the 'Less Than' rubber boots they give you.
You'll find I believe, that a little more money brings peace of mind by less headaches.
(Tip: I would go else where than Ebay, when buying a part that my Life depended on!)
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
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