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Unless your CSB has a torn open rubber seal and the bearing is making a crunching or grinding noise, just DON'T replace it!!! I'm convinced these things could last 500k miles. What a battle. Definitley not just a "while you're doing the guibo", hell no....do your shifter parts instead.

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While you're in there, it's worth doing just to not have to go back in when it fails. But I hear you and you make a good point. It can be a pain.

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