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Unread 12-20-2009, 04:48 PM   #1
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how do you rebuild a CV driveshaft?

i have a double cardan drive shaft upfront and after greasing the crap out of it every week its still squeaking...took it out and the u joints are toast...

i've replaced u joints no problem but not in a CV driveshaft that has this ball bearing type thing in it...ive looked online and on here and found some writeups but without much help...

you can buy a rebuild kit for this ball bearing but how the hell do you get the old one out? i dont mind buying the whole new kit that comes with the yoke type piece but if its easy to avoid i would do it...

any takers?

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wow thats perfect thanks alot..
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