Infopost | 2007.05.02

The drive shafts came out with the aid of a prying bar.

It looked like someone had dooked in my cv joints, but I'm pretty sure that's not actually the case.

I picked up a couple reman shafts from Kragen. They looked to match up perfectly save four a couple missing dust shields. The investigation continues.

And while the spindles are out, why not replace the bearings? Well there are a couple reasons but I decided to anyway.
They require a few special tools and a lot of hassle so I defaulted to outsourcing. Firestone nearby wouldn't do 'em without the rest of the car, which would present a logistical difficulty. Pepboys all the way down in Clairemont replaced them for $35/side.

Now I'm waiting on rims and tires, pads and rotors.

This adventure brought to you by the letter E and the number 10.


looks like a lot of work. looks messy. wanna fix my car when you're done?

Looks like the CV joint has been eating SANCHEZ.


i am impressed. i, on the other hand, fucked around with my clutch cable today. while i didn t make the symptoms better, i am proud that i didn t make them worse.

Related - internal

Some posts from this site with similar content.


Drivetrain III

Rotors are here, the Cel can finally go back together. Side by side...

240,000 miles later

Looks like I'm not spending my tax return on you after all. Investigating a slow leak in my diminished tires led me to serendipitously discover one of my cv boots had finally split. I guess it had to happen, and I might as well take care of a few othe...

Drivetrain I

Brakes and undercarriage are off.