We Specialise in:
- CV Inspection
- Complete CV Replacement
- Custom-Built CV Joints
- CV Replacement
- CV Repair
- CV Boot Inspection and Replacement
- Supply Thermoplastic CV Boots
- Cv Joint Oil Seal Replacement, Inspection & Repair
- Reconditioned CV Joints
Common Problems with CV Joints
A CV joint is packed with special grease and sealed by the protective boot. If the boot is damaged, the grease leaks. This reduces lubrication, causing the CV to wear faster. It may also allow dirt and moisture to creep into the CV causing additional wear.
Usually, the outer CV boots are the first to go – they endure more stress than the inner boots.
Once the CV boot is cracked or damaged, grease will begin to leak. The CV joint grease isn’t the same as bearing or chassis grease. The grease is usually a green to blackish colour and is easy to spot.