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Old 01-17-2003, 08:17 AM
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HeyDave, dualing replies...I really haven't even looked closely. These tools come with simple band clamps and a crimping tool. Had a spare driveshaft but sold it - duh - so have to climb under the car and have a look. If I get one of these tools I'll post. Theoretically, all you have to do is pull the outboard end of the shaft out of the wheel. Both new boots can be expanded and installed right over and past the outboard joint. Not a perfect solution (wll be tough to keep dirt out during installation) but better than the split boots.
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