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Driver's side one was out of stock and they don't know when they're getting them in, but if these guys can supply complete shafts for <40 why is it everywhere else they seem to cost 100++?

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Re: Marcelline the 1.4 Sporting

so is my memory right in thinking the one you have got is the one that is super noisy?
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Quote Originally Posted by Eklipze3k View Post
So I've ordered a pair of complete driveshafts from http://www.jandrcvjoints.co.uk/ as they were cheaper than just buying the CV joints separately from CP4L, should be easier to swap out too!
I got a replacement from there and (touchwood) had no issues.

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so is my memory right in thinking the one you have got is the one that is super noisy?
I think it's the driver's side which is noisy, this is a passenger side one. For the price it seemed mad not to replace them both, but now I need to find a driver's side one for a reasonable price...
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Re: Marcelline the 1.4 Sporting

well if you can't find one cheap changing the CV's is not hard, messy yes but not hard at all. I assume the inner one will just be a spider bearing like a cento in the cup, they are super cheap, Big Mick sells them. All you need tool wise other than the normal spanners and sockets is some circlip pliers.
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