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Old 11-04-2004, 07:23 PM   #16
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Originally posted by Aaron Waldron
Dirt easily works its way into the ball-and-socket on the CVD.
all you need is to fill the CVD axle joint with black grease and slide on some racers edge CVD boots. whenever i give my car a full breakdown and thorough cleaning i clean the grease out and add some new stuff, but ive never had to clean them out due to being dirty. i do just because im neurotic. i love my CVDs just from a maintinence point of view. i never have bones get ejected, and now that i use CVD boots i never have pins falling out. bones and universals might be better for certain applications, but ill never stop using CVDs!
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