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How do i replace the cv boot on an 1987 GMC Jimmy?


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2006-07-26 17:11:59
2006-07-26 17:11:59

Don't bother, just replace the entire axle. Once the boot is damaged, the CV joint is contaminated and it will not last very long. It's just an exercise in futility to replace the boot, and the effort is almost as great as if you replaced the entire half-shaft axle.

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