Re my mail on CV joint replacement

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On Wed, 24 Nov 2004 08:43:09 +0000, Renate Haupt
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Renate,
A 1/2kg box of molly grease will do. Use the rest for regreasing prop
shaft joints.
The job can be easily handled by one person. You' need a special deep
54mm socket and a torque wrench.
While doing the CV joints, it's worthwhile to check (and replace if
needed) wheel bearings well as steering knuckle bearings.
You can see wow things look inside from these assembly drawings.
http://www.japancats.ru/toyota/deta...rame1=&frame2=&modelcode=16&treg=E&piid=27458
http://www.japancats.ru/toyota/deta...ode=16&treg=E&vin=&frame1=&frame2=&piid=27360
Part numbers for seals and gaskets are shown there as well.
Perhaps confidence that you can handle it is just as important as
knowing the correct procedure. If you're not comfortable with it, I'd
recommend having a mechanic do it for you and watching him to learn.
--
Rgds,
Roman (London, UK)
'92 HDJ80
 
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