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Re: Broke my Front Right CV Half Shaft [Re: NATO308] #598766 05/14/05 10:44 PM
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Team, <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/cheers.gif" alt="" />
Thank for all your answers and support, the new CV half shaft is in place and seems to be working fine.
Added the needed oil to the Diff and will check all bolts in a few days before off-roading

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Re: Broke my Front Right CV Half Shaft #598767 05/20/05 04:19 AM
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I am replacing my boots on the passenger side Saturday. I plan to spray PB Blaster all over everything Friday night and then get 'er done on Saturday. I have never done this but I have completed many other mechanical endeavors over the years and plan to get this done in 4 hours or less!

2001 Rodeo that I lifted about 3 weeks ago via a torsion bar crank and independent4X.com's basic lift kit.

Go Rodeo!

Re: Broke my Front Right CV Half Shaft #598768 05/23/05 11:08 PM
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Start spraying earlier than the day before.... it won't hurt to get under there and spritz every fastener once a night starting tonight. You'll bless me later if you do...

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Re: Broke my Front Right CV Half Shaft [Re: randii] #598769 05/23/05 11:46 PM
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Did it in three hours. None of the bolts were particularly difficult to remove. As long as you have everthing you need, it is really fairly easy!

Re: Broke my Front Right CV Half Shaft [Re: Anonymous] #1104893 03/03/19 08:51 PM
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I have a 01 rodeo that the driver side front axle broke not the boot or joint but the axle rod right by the wheel any help with a step by step to replace it would be great with pictures

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