Date: Wed, 26 Jul 2006 00:51:48 +0100
From: "Charles C." <c.k.christacopoulos.removeme.nospamee.ac.uk>
Subject: 9000 driveshaft was Re: Another round of trolls


yaofeng wrote: >> Have you done the CV + axle? Do you want to remove the cv from my 9000 >> (the bnospamd) so I can change the boot? The damn thing is glued in >> place :-D >> > > You may want to consider replacing the CV joint boot from the tripod > bearing side. You can do it from the CV joint side by opening the snap > ring and knocking the CV joint out of the shaft at the same time. I > found it far easier to remove the tripod bearing to remove both the > inner drive boot and the CV joint boot by sliding them out of the drive > shaft. Hi, I can't remove the CV joint from the hub. My hub puller would not take the road wheel bolts of the car. So I used an ordinary puller and some fittings I had made for previous cars. I bend the fittings :-) Now a different hub puller has been bought ... it has bigger gaps for the road wheel bolts. See if this http://www.machinemart.co.uk/search.asp?q=hub+puller (2nd item down the list) has the necessary strength + big hammer on my part to crack the seal between CV joint and hub. If I can remove the CV from the hub then I can work as you suggest. ============== So how much hammering is needed? > > You need a gear puller to remove the tripod bearing. If you don't have > one Autozone lets you borrow one for free. Either way it is a messy > job. Pullers I have, heavy hammers too ... it is just I don't like hammering :-) -- Please remove _removeme_ to reply.

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