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i will pull the cv axles next week. I did fill the cup with a package of CV paste that came with it. I was worried initially about the cups because they didn't have much grease when i took them apart. I will start with the passenger's side first and see what happens. Initially I thought about the bearing but I assume that it would be roaring regardless whether I accelerate or decelerate. I will let you know what I find.
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