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Inner rear CV joint removal


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My right rear inner CV boot had a puncture and I’m in the process of replacing the joint and boot. The circlip has been removed however I cannot remove the CV from the shaft. It there an additional step or do I have to force it using a mallet etc. 

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You need to use a gear puller to get it off the end of the shaft (I just did one of mine the other day, so I speak from experience) - it's a pretty tight press fit - used a very simple two jaw puller (but you have to take the outside part of the joint off so you just have that inner portion left on the shaft)... Good luck

 

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A new Porsche branded axle is between $500 - $750. Servicing the CV is a smelly/messy job but also pretty simple. The joint itself just pulls apart, then just clean up all the old grease. You'll have to pull the inner race (star thing) off the axle shaft to get the new boot(s) on (you may as well do both while you're there). Here's a good video to help you get the inner joint back together... Good luck  

 

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