FW: CV boot replacement: stripped inner CV joint bolts
Stephane.Livolsi at investorsgroup.com
Wed Oct 30 00:17:44 EST 2002
But the NAPA units come with a lifetime warranty. So you could 'maintain'
your good shafts by cleaning and repacking (messy job) every what....couple
years...OR let em get a bit noisy and slap a new one in (not so messy job)
Don't get me wrong, nothing against the guys (and gals) who want to put top
quality in their Audi, but the rebuilts are a viable option for most people.
> From: Joshua Van Tol[SMTP:josh at spiny.com]
> Sent: October 29, 2002 9:07 PM
> To: quattro list
> Subject: Re: CV boot replacement: stripped inner CV joint bolts
> Yep, and there's a reason for that. The rebuilt axle shafts are rarely
> the same quality as new parts. Often they are rebuilt joints, and they
> often are not properly heat treated after machining. The resultant
> product is probably "good enough" if one is going to keep the car a
> relatively short time, but for long term usage, the new parts are a
> better bet.
> On Tuesday, October 29, 2002, at 05:51 PM, Ice Cat ^. .^ ~ wrote:
> > My husband gets the axel assembly,or half shaft, because he says that
> > that rebuilt is cheaper than a CV joint by itself.
> > Fay
> > '89 Audi 200 Turbo (No Q) Automatic
> > '88 Audi 5000 S Auto
> > '87 Audi 5000 S Auto
> > http://home.earthlink.net/~iceisit/
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