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

Part No. NCV47098 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 and provide liability insurance
  • 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:Yes
Axle Material:Steel, Neoprene
New Or Remanufactured:New
Spindle Nut Included:Yes
Spindle Nut Wrench Size:M22*1.5
Spline Quantity:28 OBJ / 28 IBJ
Transmission Type:AT/MT
Wheel Drive Type:Front


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CARQUEST CV ShaftsNew CV Axle Shaft Assembly

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Had to fight to get it to fit Mazda MPV


from Miami, FL

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      Comments about CARQUEST CV Shafts New CV Axle Shaft Assembly:

      You have to fight to get this axle to fit a 2000 Mazda MPV. I first thought it was the clip I was fighting to get it installed. So I removed the clip to see if it would slide in, it would not. So I thought maybe it was defective and exchanged it. The new one would not fit. I counted the splines, it was the correct number. So I thought maybe a problem with my tranny, so I tried my original one again, it slide right in. I then closely compared the splines between my OE axle and this one. Even though the spline count is correct, if you look carefully you can see the machining process to machine the splines on this aftermarket is not near as precise as OE. So I decided to bang it in really hard, still no luck. I finally had to remove the inner boot and pull out the joint. Then use a copper bar to bang the cup directly into the tranny. Then reinstalled the joint and boot over the banged in cup and installed a new tie strap on the boot. I did this because at this point the van was not drivable, and I couldn't wait to order a different brand mail order. My advice is to not buy this, order a different brand. By the way, this is made by GSP. So this is a GSP axle that has been renamed.

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