How does a CV axle work?
HOW DOES A CV AXLE WORKS. Constant-velocity (CV) joints allow the drive shaft to transmit power through a variable angle, at a constant rotational speed, without a considerable increase in friction. Rear-wheel drive cars with independent rear suspensions typically use CV joints at the ends of the rear-axle half-shafts.
How do you use a wheel hub puller?
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How do you replace a wheel hub?
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How do you take a wheel hub off?
1:03Suggested clip 59 secondsHow to Remove a Rusted Wheel Hub – BuyAutoParts.com – YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clip
How does slide hammer work?
Slide hammers typically consist of a long metal shaft with an attachment point at one end, a heavy weight that can slide along the shaft, and a stop for the weight to impact on the end opposite the attachment point.
How do you pull a dent with a slide hammer?
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