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post #1 of 9 Old 05-16-2017, 12:54 PM Thread Starter
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Easiest way to replace CV boots

Hey guys, so my right CV boot got a tear in it about a month ago and about a couple weeks ago I've noticed it making a clicking type noise when I'm going slow so I'm sure all the grease leaked out of the opening and so I wanna know the easiest way of replacing the boots on both sides without taking out the axles themselves. Hopefully the bearing didn't go bad, thanks.
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the easiest way is to have some one do it for you
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Lol 2x on having someone else do it... It's a huge pain in the butt that's for sure if you search the forum you'll see all the misery we've experienced trying to get the right side to pop out. Good luck lol

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Ugh well damn, I was really hoping I could just take out the knuckles and put in the new boots. Well that's disappointing. Thanks for the reply guys.
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you can but you asked for the easiest way to do it. if you have one that's clicking it may well should be replaced

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I'm gonna have to open it up and take a good look at it this weekend. Also, is there something you guys use to clean out the grease? Or do you just wipe it off.
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Gotcha, I'll update you guys this weekend if everything goes well. Thanks again.
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Okay, so I finally started working on it and I got stuck where everybody else got stuck. That right side inboard joint just doesn't budge. I've used pry bars and still nothing. Any help would be appreciated, thanks guys.
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