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Need to replace outer rubber boot how do i take apart velocity shaft

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If you have the shaft removed, put the shaft in a vise to hold it securely, rotate the velocity joint all the way in one direction, look at the center bearing support right where it connects to the shaft, using a brass drift (punch) tap it with a hammer and it will pop off. Be sure to use brass directly on the bearing race as it will not damage the bearing surface. Hope this helps, let me know.

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Being flooded with grease gives drive shaft joints of all types a long life but eventually the inevitable wear will become excessive and a joint will need replacing. Outer joints tend to develop the typical loud clicking noise when transmitting power around corners. In my experience worn outer joints do not typically cause vibrations when worn.

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http://www.familycar.com/store/item/Chevrolet_Malibu_Replacement_Axle-Assembly_1997_2003_ARBC507101.html




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