Dec 19, 2008 · The 2 joints are very different when it comes to taking them apart and putting back together. If I were to replace my outer cv boot again, I would disassemble the inner joint to replace the boot and not disassemble the whole thing. As you can see from the pictures... the grease can be a mess, so have lots of rags. CV axles have an inner joint and an outer joint. Either the two CV joints on a drive axle can be replaced separately, if necessary. That involves removing the axle, removing the axle boot and then the joint, installing a new joint, new grease and the boot, then, reinstalling the axle in the vehicle.
This is a new CV Boot Kit to suit Toyota Landcruiser 100 Series with Independent Front Suspension (not coil or leaf suspension) 1999 to 2005. This is one inner and outer CV Boot Kit, enough to do one side. Also includes grease for each joint. Smaller tube (90999-94241) for inner CV, larger tube (90999-94242) for outer CV. Genuine Toyota kit. My boot tore and was flinging grease all over the transmission and control arm. EMPI sells a replacement boot, grease, and 2 clamps. I picked my Volvo CV Joint Parts up for about $28. Assuming you have the wheel off and the ball joint separated from the steering knuckle you will do the following: Step 1 Remove the axle bolt. Step 2
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