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Old 01-16-2009, 02:58 PM
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Default RE: Driver side axle replacement tips?

Its a somewhat complicated job. You will need a 36mm socket, ball joint separator, very large screw driver, and a breaker bar and or pipe. You will want to replace the axle seals while you are at it.
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Default RE: Driver side axle replacement tips?

Do you have a big enough socket to remove the nut from the rotor that holds the rotor assy connected to the cv axle. Other then that you should be ok, as long as your tire rod does not give you any pain in the a**. Also make sure you have a Big F****ing Hammer just in case.....
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