How to Change a CV Joint Boot?

Answer Changing the continuous velocity (CV) joint boot on a car is important, as the CV boot keeps grease in the moving components of an axle on both front- and rear-wheel-drive vehicles. CV joint boots ... Read More »

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How to Install a CV Boot Joint?

When the boot of a CV axle tears and rips, dirt gets in and grease leaks out. This causes the CV axle to make a thumping sound, especially when turning the car. The CV axles are an important part o... Read More »

How to Replace a Cub Cadet CV Joint Boot?

The Cub Cadet is a riding lawn tractor meant for heavy use on large fields or farms. The CV joints on the Cub Cadet are protected by heavy-duty CV joint boots. However, due to rugged use, the CV jo... Read More »

Do I Have to Replace the Whole CV Joint or Can I Just Replace the Boot?

Automotive half-shafts are multi-component items; the CV joint is just one part of an entire assembly designed to transfer power from your car's transaxle to its wheels. Technically speaking, you c... Read More »

How to Change a CVC Joint?

A CV or constant velocity joint is part of an axle shaft that you typically find on front-wheel-drive vehicles. A front-wheel-drive car has two axle shafts, one for each side, which transmit the en... Read More »