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Forum: X5 (E53) Forum 05-21-2019, 05:01 AM
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Posted By wpoll
A CV joint is pack with a heavy grease and the...

A CV joint is pack with a heavy grease and the purpose of the rubber CV boot is to keep the grease in the joint and keep dust'n'dirt out. When the boot splits, much of the grease in the joint is...
Forum: X5 (E53) Forum 05-20-2019, 10:11 PM
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Posted By wpoll
It takes two, baby.... Popping the axle from...

It takes two, baby....

Popping the axle from the outer CV joint is pretty easy with a helper. Have your helper pull gently on the hub (outwards), while you use an alloy/brass drift to smartly tap...
Forum: X5 (E53) Forum 05-20-2019, 10:08 PM
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Posted By wpoll
Actually the quality of Febest IS known - it's...

Actually the quality of Febest IS known - it's usually crap! :rofl:

But down here we sometime have to use what we can get. Sure, we can order a GKN from the US - and pay six times it's value in...
Forum: X5 (E53) Forum 05-20-2019, 09:39 PM
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Posted By wpoll
The CV boot is cheap... ...

The CV boot is cheap...

http://febest.com.au/BOOT_OUTER_CV_JOINT_895X86X24_KIT/1917-E53

And it's well less that a two-hour job. There's a method I've used (on my E53) that doesn't require the...
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