How do I change the boot on my Polaris CV?
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How do you replace a CV boot on a UTV?
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How do you remove a CV axle boot clamp?
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What causes a CV boot to tear?
The most common cause of CV joint failure is from the deterioration and splitting or tearing of the rubber CV Boot. Once split the protective CV joint grease escapes and dirt, road grime and water can enter the joint and cause the CV joint to wear rapidly and fail prematurely.
What does a leaking CV boot mean?
Over time, the rubber CV boot can become dry or brittle, creating cracks or tears. When this happens the boot will leak grease onto the inside of the wheel. Often times the grease can also be flung onto the chassis or other parts on the underside of the vehicle as the axle turns.