Question about Honda Prelude
The Constant Velocity (CV) joint would be the more likely cause of the symptoms you are describing.
The CV boots are replaceable seperatly, but if the joints are making noise then they are shot and need to be replaced. At this point it may be more cost effective to replace the old axle with a rebuilt axle. That will come with two new cv joints and boots. These axles are readily available at any auto parts store.
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