New CV Axle Shaft Assembly
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CARQUEST CV Shafts New CV Axle Shaft Assembly

Part No. NCV12186 Warranty Details  

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All CARQUEST axles have a new zinc dichromate plated nut or attaching hardware. CV joint grease has a high moly content. The boot bands are made from stainless steel, and the boots are manufactured to resist wear and damage due to extreme high and low temperatures.

Product Features:
  • 100% New axle
  • Each part number is tested to guarantee that the axle is proper fit
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Quality engineered for superior durability
  • Tested for reliable performance
  • No core exchange
  • High-quality neoprene boots ensure durability and longevity
  • CV joints are assembled with a specially formulated high temperature moly grease to resist friction and wear
  • Spline are machined to OE specifications
  • New stainless steel clamps
  • All of the axles are made of strictly inspected materials to ensure a long and trouble free performance and coated with a protective surface to resist rust
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ABS Brakes:No
Axle Material:Steel, Neoprene
Location:FD/FP
New Or Remanufactured:New
Spindle Nut Included:Yes
Spindle Nut Wrench Size:M22*1.5
Spline Quantity:31 OBJ / 29 IBJ
Transmission Type:AT/MT
Wheel Drive Type:Front

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GSP CV Axle Shaft Assembly

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      Comments about CARQUEST CV Shafts New CV Axle Shaft Assembly:

      Installed 2 cv axel shafts and one gave out within a week. Even thogh product was warranteed, it does not cover labor to install. Bought new ones from another parts store.

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        Comments about CARQUEST CV Shafts New CV Axle Shaft Assembly:

        Once I unbolted the 3 bolts on the top ball joint, it was so easy to remove old one and install new one. My front right tire had shaking at 45+ mph. Got alignment, balanced tires, switched tires, new tie rod, new shock, etc. There was no leaking, the boots were great shape, couldn't wiggle axle more than 1/16 inch but Dorango shook at 45+ mph. Replaced axle and it was great. Put on the brake to hold axle when looseing and tightening axxle nut on hub. Need socket big enough to take hub nut off. Only special tool needed. Once nut ius off, just pop the axle with a hammer until it breaks loose from the hub. Can't hurt it bevause it has 1/4 inch of shaft before threads start. My Haynes manual did not tell me to remove 3 bolts on top ball joint. No special tool or ball joint tools nedded. Just unbolt the 3 and tap the axle with a hammer from both sides and it is off. Install Put hub end in first then slide other end in. Jack hub up to align 3 bolts.Drop screw driver in hole and lign up. Place 1 bolt in, drop screw driver again thru other holes, wiggle in position and put other 2 bolts in. Not difficult if drop top 3 bolts!

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        • Q:

          the hub nut on my durago will not come off. i have broke 3 breaker bars and a pipe wrench. is it easy to just replace the axle so i can replace my hub assembly?
          Asked on 4/3/2012 by tom from independence, mo

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            A:

            Put a large screwdriver in the rotor vane, let it jam against the caliper and break the nut loose. A decent air impact wrench also makes this the easiest part of pulling the trans. If it does not work you can remove the axle. Pop the ball joint lose and you can pull the axle from the trans. For any further assistance please feel free to call 1-877-238-2623 and one of our representatives will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.

            Answered on 4/12/2012 by John the Car-Doc from AAP
        • Q:

          is thare a pin holding the in side 2 the inner end?
          Asked on 2/25/2012 by als from catskill,ny

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            A:

            The interconnecting shaft within the Axle Shaft Assembly is usually made of forged steel to maintain effectiveness and strength.

            Answered on 2/26/2012 by John the Car-Doc from AAP
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