these arent too difficult are they? for a D30
They bolt in at each end like any other driveshaft.
PP not my front driveshaft my front axle shafts.noooooooooooooooooo they are not.......bolt in at both end's thought they were only bolted in on 1 end..??? never seein one that bolted at both???
I have shafts. The unit bearing may stick if it's never been off. Make sure that you use a 12 point 13 mm socket. Once you get the 3 bolts loose, screw them back in almost all the way( 2-3 turns from being finger tight. Put the socket on the bolt head and give a few good whaps with a hammer. Alternate between the 3 bolts. As they bottem out on the knuckle, back them out a little and bump em some more. Just make sure that you always have at least a few full threads so that you don't strip anything.does the bearing come out easily? that, too me, would seem the only problem i would have. and if autozone get the passenger side shaft in soon.
going good, my dad borrowed a 3/4 impact from a friend at work and that nut came right off. then, like you said, i pounded on the bolts to loosen up the bearing and then i slid out the cv shaft.Well????
Good deal.:nana:going good, my dad borrowed a 3/4 impact from a friend at work and that nut came right off. then, like you said, i pounded on the bolts to loosen up the bearing and then i slid out the cv shaft.
so it went well, only took about 30 minutes. other side tomorrow or when autozone gets the shaft in.
the ones i got werent that much more exspensive and they come with lifetime warranty.I had a long go around with my zj front end before putting the 44 in it .
You can buy brand new fronts shafts from Kingdom automotive for less then rebuilts . I bought mine from the local auto parts . They are reverse engeneered and from experience are stronger then the orginal . I paid 65 bucks per side . no core charge either .