Constant Velocity Axle Assembly
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USA Industries Constant Velocity Axle Assembly

Part No. AX-28419 Warranty Details  

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Precision-machined components reduce noise and provide maximum torque to the wheels.
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ABS Brakes:Yes
Axle Material:Steel
New Or Remanufactured:Remanufactured
Spline Quantity:Yes
Wheel Drive Type:Front

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USA IndustriesConstant Velocity Axle Assembly
 
2.5

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4.0

Easy Install Quality Product

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    • Small Cars

    Comments about USA Industries Constant Velocity Axle Assembly:

    This CV joint appeared to be in good shape and fit without a problem in my accord EX sedan. The only issue I found was that it was difficult to remove from the transmission as compared to the original. I decided to leave it in place and finish the job. With 500 miles on the axles, there have been no sounds, vibrations or issues. I was suprised to learn that NEW was $10 more. I might have gone for that instead. I didn't read the warranty fine print, but I hope to be able to bring these back if the neoprene boots dry and crack.

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    • Casual Driver

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    Did not fit

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    from jupiter fl

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        Comments about USA Industries Constant Velocity Axle Assembly:

        Part did not fit. Splines on hub side are a 1/4 inch shorter than stock. Therefore you can not tighten the axle nut because the threaded portion is 1/4 farther into the hub. Also the outer shaft diameter of cv joint (hub side) is larger than stock so it interferes or is very close to the 4 bolts that hold the hub to knuckle. Measure before you buy and disassemble your vehicle.

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        • Q:

          cant break the nut for the axle. used breaker bar n put all my weight n still didnt budge. how do i get this nut off.
          Asked on 12/14/2010 by Anonymous

          3 answers

          • A:

            Put another jack under breaker bar and slowly start lifting the bar

            Answered on 6/26/2016 by Bill from Everett mass
          • A:

            Put jack under breaker bar and raise slowly

            Answered on 6/24/2016 by Bill from Mass
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            Soak it in some penetrating lubricant and see if that will help.

            Answered on 12/14/2010 by Mike the Auto Parts Master from AAP
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