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

Part No. NCV37532 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
  • Coated with a protective surface to resist rust
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Axle Material:Steel, Neoprene
New Or Remanufactured:New
Spindle Nut Included:Yes
Spline Quantity:25 OBJ / 25 IBJ

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CARQUEST CV ShaftsNew CV Axle Shaft Assembly
 
2.5

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    • Incompatible

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      Comments about CARQUEST CV Shafts New CV Axle Shaft Assembly:

      Do not buy this axle. I installed this on my 06 Elantra manual transaxle and had a terrible wobble in the car from 20mph to 35mph. The wobble did not come through the steering wheel but through the body of the car itself. At 70mph I had a vibration similar to an improperly balanced wheel. I gave it a whole two weeks to break in before I gave up and removed the axle and reinstalled my OEM axle. The wobble has gone away completely. My OEM axle has a metal damper installed at the midpoint of the shaft, whereas, this one does not. If you choose to buy this axle and find a wobble has appeared I'd recommend reinstalling your original axle and see if it goes away. This axle is obviously defective and I will have to buy a replacement elsewhere.

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      1.0

      GOOD QUALITY PART

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      from CINCINNATI OHIO

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      • Easy To Use

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        • Small Cars

        Comments about CARQUEST CV Shafts New CV Axle Shaft Assembly:

        FIT JUST LIKE OEM

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        4.0

        Good Product

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        from Akron, OH

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        Pros

        • Durable
        • Easy To Use

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          • Small Cars

          Comments about CARQUEST CV Shafts New CV Axle Shaft Assembly:

          Good product easy installation

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          4.0

          Check Your Car's Axle First

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          from Spring Hill, TN

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          Pros

          • Easy To Use

          Cons

          • Incompatible

          Best Uses

          • Small Cars

          Comments about CARQUEST CV Shafts New CV Axle Shaft Assembly:

          I had a failing right (long side) axle on my 2001 Hyundai Elantra. The inner joint had begun making a grinding sound, although the boot was not torn. The car had 206,000 miles, so I suppose it was simply worn out. I shopped around and the price at Advance Auto was hard to beat - no core fee either!

          The new axle matched the old axle except for one thing. My stock axle had some sort of rubber anti-vibration piece wrapped around the middle of the long axle shaft part (between the two joints). I didn't think a lot about it until I began driving at highway speeds over 60 mph. I get a low "hum" regularly when accelerating and sometimes during normal driving. It is annoying but the axle operates fine overall.

          Bottom line - check yuour axle for anti-vibration parts before you buy. Otherwise, the part seems good overall.

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