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How to intall rear cv boot on yahama griz 660

Take off the rear tire and plastic cap....i cant move the inch and 16th bolt by the lug studs....is this correct?? im stuck david baltrusaitis

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Hello, Yes on the inch and 16th nut will be a dent place on it!! Straighten it out, so it will come off! This nut will be tight, I use air tools on this, but it will come off with 1/2 drive breaker bar. Lock the back brakes. After u get the nut off, sometimes it takes a puller to get the hub off!! Next remove the rear knuckle 2 bolts and nuts right behind the hub, then grab the axle pull it straight out of the differential. Sometimes u have to pull hard to get the axles out. Next take off locking tabs on the boot,and slide boot to middle of axle, then wipe inner edge of the inboard joint. Then remove the retaining ring from the groove. Disassemble the CV joint, and watch the bearings they can fall out. Next u will find a snap ring on the shaft, remove it and remove bearing assembly.reverse the steps and put back togather. I hope this helps

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