Front Drive Shaft CV Rebuild
Posted 02 September 2010 - 11:47 PM
What follows in the photos at the link below are the CV rebuild steps with the drive shaft already removed.
With the correct parts on hand the whole job can be done in just a little over an afternoon. I'll get a list of recommeneded tools and parts up in the next post. The pics and steps supplied here are for a non-Rubicon TJ (model year 1999). Feel free to post up variations, recommendatins or important differences between models or model years.
99 TJ - Wrangler Sport
35" Procomp MT, 4.56 RP, 4" Susp, 1" Body, 1" Motor Mount Lift
F: Detroit TrueTrac LS, Chromoly Shafts, Slotted & Drilled Rotors
R: Detroit Soft-Locker & 30 Spline D35c, SYE
Smitty XRC8000 Winch on A-Z Plate & Hella Lights
Posted 05 September 2010 - 10:46 AM
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Posted 24 May 2012 - 06:26 PM
When the CV on my 4X4 WJ went bad...it gave me a strange vibe at low speeds...drove me nuts till we figured out it was a front driveshaft issue.
Florida Powerline fabbed a double cardon replacement that's been a major upgrade from the CV original.
+1 for their work.