CV Joint Boot Kit
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Beck/Arnley CV Joint Boot Kit

Part No. 103-2628 Warranty Details  

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One-piece neoprene boot. Not a split boot. Installation requires 1 end of the shaft to be detached. Promotes maximum service life and protection.
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Color:Black
Solid:Yes
Solid Or Split Boot:Solid

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Beck/ArnleyCV Joint Boot Kit
 
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1.0

Short life

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from Gaithersburg, MD

About Me Auto Enthusiast, Mechanic

Pros

  • Easy To Use

Cons

  • Short Life Doesn't Last

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    Comments about Beck/Arnley CV Joint Boot Kit:

    Easy to install. Though the clamps that came with is a joke so save the OEM clamps.
    Installed and about a year later it was torn in half. Quality does not even come close to OEM.

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    • Q:

      does this come with the cv grease also?
      Asked on 10/4/2011 by Anonymous

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        A:

        Yes, it includes end clamps and CV joint grease.

        Answered on 10/5/2011 by Auto Part-er Andy
    • Q:

      Installation requires 1 end of the shaft to be detached.
      I have removed CVS joint from cars in the past, so getting it out is not problem. How do I detach joint from the shaft? How do you remove the joint from the shaft?
      Asked on 12/8/2010 by JC from Fairfax

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        A:

        For help with your project, I recommend purchasing a Haynes repair manual specifically for your vehicle. This should be able to assist you further into detail on how to repair or replace specific parts.

        Answered on 12/8/2010 by Ron the Auto Parts Rebel from AAP
      • A:

        Clamp driveshaft in a vice (protected by wood strips or thick rags). Get an aluminum, brass or wood drift (I used a steering wheel puller I had because it fit perfectly over the shaft) and place against the inside race, not the outside housing edge and hit the drift sharply with your hammer and the joint should pop right off! It's held in place by a snap ring that fits in a groove just like the other end of the driveshaft that goes in the tranny.

        Answered on 4/3/2012 by Dave Shadetree from Canton, GA
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