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Did my own CV joints on the 944

Well with a big help from seb928s that is... Yep he tought me how to do them.

It took a long time do (about 6 hours ) to all the grime and rying to get to all the bolts but it was a good learning process.
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Congrats......next lesson..timing belts -chris
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It's good to do them yourself & know their condition. In a regular differential if one goes you are stopped.

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That's 6 hours with lunch hehe. The driver sided was freaking dirty and took longer then it was suppose to. BTW how are those flames Raf? lmao
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Your flames are cool heh...but i dont know about the loud popping sound that goes along with them
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It's all good hehe. I think I'm going to take the muffler off and just run a pipe from the test pipe back. I was thinking of making a side exhaust on it maybe I'll do that.
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congrats! as you can see it's not that hard, and you saved a buttload of cash versus having someone else do it for you!

just a tip.... check the torque on the CV bolts in about 50 miles or so to make sure none are backing out.



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