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Part Fit for Chevrolet Blazer 1996-95, S10 1996-83, S10 Blazer 1994-83; GMC Jimmy 1996-92, S15 1990-83, S15 Jimmy 1991-83, Sonoma 1996-91, Syclone 1991, Typhoon 1993-92; Oldsmobile Bravada 1996 1994-91
Cardone Reman 60-1000 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M24X1.5
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Bolt-On
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 27
  • Input Shaft Bolt Count: 6
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 18.9685
Part Fit for Chevrolet Blazer 1996-95, S10 1996-83, S10 Blazer 1994-83; GMC Jimmy 1996-92, S15 1990-83, S15 Jimmy 1991-83, Sonoma 1996-91, Syclone 1991, Typhoon 1993-92; Oldsmobile Bravada 1996 1994-91
Part Fit for Buick Century 1989-88; Chevrolet Celebrity 1989-88; Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera 1989-88, Cutlass Cruiser 1989-88; Pontiac 6000 1989-88
Cardone Reman 60-1001 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M20X1.5
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Spline Count: 34
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 33
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 20.6875
Part Fit for Buick Century 1989-88; Chevrolet Celebrity 1989-88; Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera 1989-88, Cutlass Cruiser 1989-88; Pontiac 6000 1989-88
Part Fit for Chevrolet Nova 1988-85; Geo Prizm 1992-89; Toyota Corolla 1992-87
Cardone Reman 60-1002 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M19X1.5
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Castle
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Spline Count: 23
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 26
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 23.3125
Part Fit for Chevrolet Nova 1988-85; Geo Prizm 1992-89; Toyota Corolla 1992-87
Part Fit for Buick Riviera 1985-79; Cadillac Eldorado 1985-79, Seville 1985-80; Oldsmobile Toronado 1985-79
Cardone Reman 60-1003 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: No
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Bolt-On
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 27
  • Input Shaft Bolt Count: 6
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 20.6875
Part Fit for Buick Riviera 1985-79; Cadillac Eldorado 1985-79, Seville 1985-80; Oldsmobile Toronado 1985-79
Part Fit for Buick Century 1993-83; Chevrolet Celebrity 1990-83, Lumina APV 1991-90; Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera 1993-83, Cutlass Cruiser 1993-87, Silhouette 1991-90; Pontiac 6000 1991-83, Trans Sport 1991-90
Cardone Reman 60-1004 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M24X2.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Spline Count: 34
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 27
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 21
Part Fit for Buick Century 1993-83; Chevrolet Celebrity 1990-83, Lumina APV 1991-90; Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera 1993-83, Cutlass Cruiser 1993-87, Silhouette 1991-90; Pontiac 6000 1991-83, Trans Sport 1991-90
Part Fit for Buick Century 1989-88; Chevrolet Celebrity 1989-88; Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera 1989-88, Cutlass Cruiser 1989-88; Pontiac 6000 1989-88, Grand Am 1989-88, Sunbird 1989-88
Cardone Reman 60-1005 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M20X1.5
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Spline Count: 34
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 33
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 26.875
Part Fit for Buick Century 1989-88; Chevrolet Celebrity 1989-88; Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera 1989-88, Cutlass Cruiser 1989-88; Pontiac 6000 1989-88, Grand Am 1989-88, Sunbird 1989-88
Part Fit for Buick Skyhawk 1989-82, Skylark 1991-86, Somerset 1987-86, Somerset Regal 1985; Cadillac Cimarron 1988-82; Chevrolet Beretta 1991-87, Cavalier 1991-82, Corsica 1991-87; Oldsmobile Calais 1987-85, Cutlass Calais 1991-88, Firenza 1988-82; Pontiac Grand Am 19
Cardone Reman 60-1006 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M20X1.5
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Spline Count: 34
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 33
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 24.6875
Part Fit for Buick Skyhawk 1989-82, Skylark 1991-86, Somerset 1987-86, Somerset Regal 1985; Cadillac Cimarron 1988-82; Chevrolet Beretta 1991-87, Cavalier 1991-82, Corsica 1991-87; Oldsmobile Calais 1987-85, Cutlass Calais 1991-88, Firenza 1988-82; Pontiac Grand Am 19
Part Fit for Buick Riviera 1985-79; Cadillac Eldorado 1985-79, Seville 1985-80; Oldsmobile Toronado 1985-79
Cardone Reman 60-1007 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: No
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Bolt-On
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 27
  • Input Shaft Bolt Count: 6
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 20.6875
Part Fit for Buick Riviera 1985-79; Cadillac Eldorado 1985-79, Seville 1985-80; Oldsmobile Toronado 1985-79
Part Fit for Buick Century 1989-84, Skyhawk 1989-84 1982, Skylark 1985-80; Cadillac Cimarron 1986-84; Chevrolet Beretta 1991-87, Cavalier 1991-84 1982, Celebrity 1989-84, Citation 1983-80, Citation II 1985-84, Corsica 1991-87; Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera 1989-84, Cutlass
Cardone Reman 60-1008 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M20X1.5
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Spline Count: 34
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 33
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 20.625
Part Fit for Buick Century 1989-84, Skyhawk 1989-84 1982, Skylark 1985-80; Cadillac Cimarron 1986-84; Chevrolet Beretta 1991-87, Cavalier 1991-84 1982, Celebrity 1989-84, Citation 1983-80, Citation II 1985-84, Corsica 1991-87; Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera 1989-84, Cutlass
Part Fit for Cadillac Escalade 2006-02 2000-99, Escalade ESV 2006-03, Escalade EXT 2006-02; Chevrolet Avalanche 1500 2006-02, Blazer 1994-92, K1500 1999-98 1994-88, K1500 Suburban 1999-98, K2500 1998 1995-88, Silverado 1500 2006-99, Silverado 1500 Classic 2007, Suburb
Cardone Reman 60-1009 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M24X2.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Bolt-On
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 33
  • Input Shaft Bolt Count: 6
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 21
Part Fit for Cadillac Escalade 2006-02 2000-99, Escalade ESV 2006-03, Escalade EXT 2006-02; Chevrolet Avalanche 1500 2006-02, Blazer 1994-92, K1500 1999-98 1994-88, K1500 Suburban 1999-98, K2500 1998 1995-88, Silverado 1500 2006-99, Silverado 1500 Classic 2007, Suburb
Part Fit for Cadillac Escalade 2006-02 2000-99, Escalade ESV 2006-03, Escalade EXT 2006-02; Chevrolet Avalanche 1500 2006-02, Blazer 1994-92, K1500 1999-98 1991-88, K1500 Suburban 1999-98, K2500 1998 1995-88, Silverado 1500 2006-99, Silverado 1500 Classic 2007, Suburb
Cardone Reman 60-1009HD Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M24X2.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Bolt-On
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 33
  • Input Shaft Bolt Count: 6
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 21
Part Fit for Cadillac Escalade 2006-02 2000-99, Escalade ESV 2006-03, Escalade EXT 2006-02; Chevrolet Avalanche 1500 2006-02, Blazer 1994-92, K1500 1999-98 1991-88, K1500 Suburban 1999-98, K2500 1998 1995-88, Silverado 1500 2006-99, Silverado 1500 Classic 2007, Suburb
Part Fit for Buick Century 1993-83, Electra 1990-85, LeSabre 1991-86, Reatta 1988, Riviera 1988-86; Cadillac Commercial Chassis 1990-85, DeVille 1990-85, Eldorado 1988-86, Fleetwood 1989-85, Seville 1988-86; Chevrolet Celebrity 1990-83, Lumina APV 1991-90; Oldsmobile
Cardone Reman 60-1010 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M24X2.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Spline Count: 34
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 27
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 27.1875
Part Fit for Buick Century 1993-83, Electra 1990-85, LeSabre 1991-86, Reatta 1988, Riviera 1988-86; Cadillac Commercial Chassis 1990-85, DeVille 1990-85, Eldorado 1988-86, Fleetwood 1989-85, Seville 1988-86; Chevrolet Celebrity 1990-83, Lumina APV 1991-90; Oldsmobile
Part Fit for Buick Reatta 1990-89, Riviera 1990-89; Cadillac Allante 1992-89, Eldorado 1990-89, Seville 1990-89; Oldsmobile Toronado 1990-89
Cardone Reman 60-1011 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M24X2.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: Yes
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Spline Count: 34
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 33
  • ABS Ring Tooth Count: 47
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 26.75
Part Fit for Buick Reatta 1990-89, Riviera 1990-89; Cadillac Allante 1992-89, Eldorado 1990-89, Seville 1990-89; Oldsmobile Toronado 1990-89
Part Fit for Buick Century 1989-82, Skylark 1985-80; Chevrolet Celebrity 1989-82, Citation 1983-80, Citation II 1985-84; Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera 1989-82, Cutlass Cruiser 1989-87, Omega 1984-80; Pontiac 6000 1989-82, Fiero 1988-84, Phoenix 1984-80
Cardone Reman 60-1012 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M20X1.5
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Spline Count: 34
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 33
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 26.875
Part Fit for Buick Century 1989-82, Skylark 1985-80; Chevrolet Celebrity 1989-82, Citation 1983-80, Citation II 1985-84; Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera 1989-82, Cutlass Cruiser 1989-87, Omega 1984-80; Pontiac 6000 1989-82, Fiero 1988-84, Phoenix 1984-80
Part Fit for Buick Electra 1990-85, LeSabre 1991-86, Reatta 1988, Riviera 1988-86; Cadillac Commercial Chassis 1990-85, DeVille 1990-85, Eldorado 1988-86, Fleetwood 1989-85, Seville 1988-86; Oldsmobile 98 1990-85, Delta 88 1991-86, Toronado 1988-86; Pontiac Bonneville
Cardone Reman 60-1013 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M24X2.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Spline Count: 35
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 27
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 21.5
Part Fit for Buick Electra 1990-85, LeSabre 1991-86, Reatta 1988, Riviera 1988-86; Cadillac Commercial Chassis 1990-85, DeVille 1990-85, Eldorado 1988-86, Fleetwood 1989-85, Seville 1988-86; Oldsmobile 98 1990-85, Delta 88 1991-86, Toronado 1988-86; Pontiac Bonneville
Part Fit for Cadillac Eldorado 1978-67; Oldsmobile Toronado 1978-67
Cardone Reman 60-1014 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: No
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Bolt-On
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 33
  • Input Shaft Bolt Count: 6
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 24.75
Part Fit for Cadillac Eldorado 1978-67; Oldsmobile Toronado 1978-67
Part Fit for Chevrolet Spectrum 1988-85; Geo Spectrum 1989; Isuzu I-Mark 1989-85; Pontiac Sunburst 1988-85
Cardone Reman 60-1015 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M20X1.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Stake
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Spline Count: 34
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 22
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 36.0625
Part Fit for Chevrolet Spectrum 1988-85; Geo Spectrum 1989; Isuzu I-Mark 1989-85; Pontiac Sunburst 1988-85
Part Fit for Buick Century 1993-84; Chevrolet Celebrity 1990-84; Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera 1993-84, Cutlass Cruiser 1993-89; Pontiac 6000 1991-84
Cardone Reman 60-1016 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M24X2.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Spline Count: 35
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 27
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 20.875
Part Fit for Buick Century 1993-84; Chevrolet Celebrity 1990-84; Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera 1993-84, Cutlass Cruiser 1993-89; Pontiac 6000 1991-84
Part Fit for Asuna GT 1993, SE 1993; Pontiac LeMans 1993-88, Optima 1991-88
Cardone Reman 60-1018 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: No
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Spline Count: 34
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 22
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 20.4375
Part Fit for Asuna GT 1993, SE 1993; Pontiac LeMans 1993-88, Optima 1991-88
Part Fit for Chevrolet K1500 Suburban 1999-98, K2500 2000-98 1995-89, K2500 Suburban 1999-98, K3500 2000-98 1996-88, Tahoe 1999-98; GMC K1500 Suburban 1999-98, K2500 2000-98 1995-89, K2500 Suburban 1999-98, K3500 2000-98 1991-88
Cardone Reman 60-1019 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M24X2.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Bolt-On
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 33
  • Input Shaft Bolt Count: 6
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 21.0625
Part Fit for Chevrolet K1500 Suburban 1999-98, K2500 2000-98 1995-89, K2500 Suburban 1999-98, K3500 2000-98 1996-88, Tahoe 1999-98; GMC K1500 Suburban 1999-98, K2500 2000-98 1995-89, K2500 Suburban 1999-98, K3500 2000-98 1991-88
Part Fit for Asuna GT 1993, SE 1993; Pontiac LeMans 1993-88, Optima 1991-88
Cardone Reman 60-1021 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: No
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Spline Count: 34
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 22
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 24.125
Part Fit for Asuna GT 1993, SE 1993; Pontiac LeMans 1993-88, Optima 1991-88
Part Fit for Buick Skyhawk 1989-82, Skylark 1987-80, Somerset 1987-86, Somerset Regal 1985; Cadillac Cimarron 1986-82; Chevrolet Beretta 1991-87, Cavalier 1991-82, Celebrity 1987-84, Citation 1985-80, Citation II 1985-84, Corsica 1991-87; Oldsmobile Calais 1987-85, Cu
Cardone Reman 60-1024 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M20X1.5
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Spline Count: 34
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 33
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 23
Part Fit for Buick Skyhawk 1989-82, Skylark 1987-80, Somerset 1987-86, Somerset Regal 1985; Cadillac Cimarron 1986-82; Chevrolet Beretta 1991-87, Cavalier 1991-82, Celebrity 1987-84, Citation 1985-80, Citation II 1985-84, Corsica 1991-87; Oldsmobile Calais 1987-85, Cu
Part Fit for Buick Century 1993-84; Chevrolet Celebrity 1990-84; Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera 1993-84, Cutlass Cruiser 1993-89; Pontiac 6000 1991-84
Cardone Reman 60-1025 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M24X2.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Spline Count: 34
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 27
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 25.4375
Part Fit for Buick Century 1993-84; Chevrolet Celebrity 1990-84; Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera 1993-84, Cutlass Cruiser 1993-89; Pontiac 6000 1991-84
Part Fit for Geo Storm 1993-90; Isuzu Stylus 1993-91
Cardone Reman 60-1026 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M20X1.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Stake
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Spline Count: 34
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 22
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 34.8125
Part Fit for Geo Storm 1993-90; Isuzu Stylus 1993-91
Part Fit for Geo Storm 1993-90; Isuzu Stylus 1993-91
Cardone Reman 60-1028 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M20X1.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Stake
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Spline Count: 34
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 22
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 36.5625
Part Fit for Geo Storm 1993-90; Isuzu Stylus 1993-91
Part Fit for Buick Skyhawk 1989-84; Cadillac Cimarron 1986-84; Chevrolet Beretta 1991-87, Cavalier 1991-84, Corsica 1991-87; Oldsmobile Firenza 1988-84; Pontiac J2000 Sunbird 1985-84, Sunbird 1991-86, Tempest 1991-87
Cardone Reman 60-1029 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M20X1.5
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Spline Count: 34
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 36.4375
Part Fit for Buick Skyhawk 1989-84; Cadillac Cimarron 1986-84; Chevrolet Beretta 1991-87, Cavalier 1991-84, Corsica 1991-87; Oldsmobile Firenza 1988-84; Pontiac J2000 Sunbird 1985-84, Sunbird 1991-86, Tempest 1991-87
Part Fit for Geo Storm 1993-90; Isuzu Stylus 1993-91
Cardone Reman 60-1031 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M20X1.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Stake
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Spline Count: 34
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 24.25
Part Fit for Geo Storm 1993-90; Isuzu Stylus 1993-91
Part Fit for Geo Storm 1993-90; Isuzu Stylus 1993-91
Cardone Reman 60-1032 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M20X1.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Stake
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Spline Count: 34
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 22.5625
Part Fit for Geo Storm 1993-90; Isuzu Stylus 1993-91
Part Fit for Buick Regal 1993-88; Chevrolet Lumina 1999-90; Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 1993-88; Pontiac Grand Prix 1996-88
Cardone Reman 60-1036 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M24X2.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Spline Count: 35
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 20.4375
Part Fit for Buick Regal 1993-88; Chevrolet Lumina 1999-90; Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 1993-88; Pontiac Grand Prix 1996-88
Part Fit for Buick Regal 1992-88; Chevrolet Lumina 1992-90; Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 1992-88; Pontiac Grand Prix 1992-88
Cardone Reman 60-1037 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M24X2.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 25.125
Part Fit for Buick Regal 1992-88; Chevrolet Lumina 1992-90; Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 1992-88; Pontiac Grand Prix 1992-88
Part Fit for Asuna GT 1993, SE 1993; Pontiac LeMans 1993-89, Optima 1991-89
Cardone Reman 60-1038 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: No
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 22.5
Part Fit for Asuna GT 1993, SE 1993; Pontiac LeMans 1993-89, Optima 1991-89
Part Fit for Chevrolet Metro 1992, Sprint 1991-89; Geo Metro 1994-89
Cardone Reman 60-1039 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M18X1.5
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Stake
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 30.375
Part Fit for Chevrolet Metro 1992, Sprint 1991-89; Geo Metro 1994-89
Part Fit for Buick Electra 1990-87, LeSabre 1991-87, Park Avenue 1991, Reatta 1988, Riviera 1988; Cadillac Allante 1988-87, Commercial Chassis 1991-86, DeVille 1991-86, Eldorado 1988, Fleetwood 1991-86, Seville 1988; Oldsmobile 98 1991-86, Delta 88 1991-88, Toronado 1
Cardone Reman 60-1040 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M24X2.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: Yes
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • ABS Ring Tooth Count: 47
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 21.75
Part Fit for Buick Electra 1990-87, LeSabre 1991-87, Park Avenue 1991, Reatta 1988, Riviera 1988; Cadillac Allante 1988-87, Commercial Chassis 1991-86, DeVille 1991-86, Eldorado 1988, Fleetwood 1991-86, Seville 1988; Oldsmobile 98 1991-86, Delta 88 1991-88, Toronado 1
Part Fit for Buick Riviera 1990-89; Cadillac Eldorado 1990-89, Seville 1990-89; Oldsmobile Toronado 1990-89
Cardone Reman 60-1042 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M24X2.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 26.5
Part Fit for Buick Riviera 1990-89; Cadillac Eldorado 1990-89, Seville 1990-89; Oldsmobile Toronado 1990-89
Part Fit for Asuna GT 1993, SE 1993; Pontiac LeMans 1993-89, Optima 1991-89
Cardone Reman 60-1043 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: No
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 35.75
Part Fit for Asuna GT 1993, SE 1993; Pontiac LeMans 1993-89, Optima 1991-89
Part Fit for Chevrolet Sprint 1988-85; Pontiac Firefly 1988-85
Cardone Reman 60-1044 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: No
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 31.625
Part Fit for Chevrolet Sprint 1988-85; Pontiac Firefly 1988-85
Part Fit for Buick Skyhawk 1983-82; Cadillac Cimarron 1983-82; Chevrolet Cavalier 1983-82; Oldsmobile Firenza 1983-82; Pontiac J2000 1983-82
Cardone Reman 60-1046 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M20X1.5
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 37
Part Fit for Buick Skyhawk 1983-82; Cadillac Cimarron 1983-82; Chevrolet Cavalier 1983-82; Oldsmobile Firenza 1983-82; Pontiac J2000 1983-82
Part Fit for Chevrolet Beretta 1991-88, Corsica 1991-88; Pontiac Tempest 1991-88
Cardone Reman 60-1049 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M20X1.5
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Spline Count: 34
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 33
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 24.5
Part Fit for Chevrolet Beretta 1991-88, Corsica 1991-88; Pontiac Tempest 1991-88
Part Fit for Chevrolet K1500 1997-95, K1500 Suburban 1997-92, K2500 1997-96, Tahoe 1997-95; GMC K1500 1997-95, K1500 Suburban 1997-92, K2500 1997-96, Yukon 1997-92
Cardone Reman 60-1050 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M24X2.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: Yes
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Bolt-On
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Bolt Count: 6
  • ABS Ring Tooth Count: 55
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 21.0625
Part Fit for Chevrolet K1500 1997-95, K1500 Suburban 1997-92, K2500 1997-96, Tahoe 1997-95; GMC K1500 1997-95, K1500 Suburban 1997-92, K2500 1997-96, Yukon 1997-92
Part Fit for Chevrolet K1500 1997-95, K1500 Suburban 1997-92, K2500 1997-96, Tahoe 1997-95; GMC K1500 1997-95, K1500 Suburban 1997-92, K2500 1997-96, Yukon 1997-92
Cardone Reman 60-1050HD Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M24X2.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: Yes
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Bolt-On
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 33
  • Input Shaft Bolt Count: 4
  • ABS Ring Tooth Count: 55
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 21.0625
Part Fit for Chevrolet K1500 1997-95, K1500 Suburban 1997-92, K2500 1997-96, Tahoe 1997-95; GMC K1500 1997-95, K1500 Suburban 1997-92, K2500 1997-96, Yukon 1997-92
Part Fit for Buick Century 1983-82, Skyhawk 1983-82, Skylark 1991-86, Somerset 1987-86, Somerset Regal 1985; Cadillac Cimarron 1983-82; Chevrolet Cavalier 1983-82, Celebrity 1983-82; Oldsmobile Calais 1987-85, Cutlass Calais 1991-88, Cutlass Ciera 1983-82, Firenza 198
Cardone Reman 60-1051 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M20X1.5
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 20.4375
Part Fit for Buick Century 1983-82, Skyhawk 1983-82, Skylark 1991-86, Somerset 1987-86, Somerset Regal 1985; Cadillac Cimarron 1983-82; Chevrolet Cavalier 1983-82, Celebrity 1983-82; Oldsmobile Calais 1987-85, Cutlass Calais 1991-88, Cutlass Ciera 1983-82, Firenza 198
Part Fit for Chevrolet K1500 Suburban 1997-94, K2500 1997-96, K2500 Suburban 1997-92, K3500 1997, Tahoe 1997-95; GMC K1500 Suburban 1997-95, K2500 1997-96, K2500 Suburban 1997-92, K3500 1997-92, Yukon 1997-95
Cardone Reman 60-1052 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M24X2.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: Yes
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Bolt-On
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Bolt Count: 6
  • ABS Ring Tooth Count: 55
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 21
Part Fit for Chevrolet K1500 Suburban 1997-94, K2500 1997-96, K2500 Suburban 1997-92, K3500 1997, Tahoe 1997-95; GMC K1500 Suburban 1997-95, K2500 1997-96, K2500 Suburban 1997-92, K3500 1997-92, Yukon 1997-95
Part Fit for Chevrolet Sprint 1988-85; Pontiac Firefly 1988-85
Cardone Reman 60-1053 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: No
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 24.5625
Part Fit for Chevrolet Sprint 1988-85; Pontiac Firefly 1988-85
Part Fit for Buick Skylark 1995-91; Chevrolet Beretta 1996-92, Cavalier 1994-92, Corsica 1996-92; Oldsmobile Achieva 1995-92, Cutlass Calais 1991; Pontiac Grand Am 1995-91, Sunbird 1994-92
Cardone Reman 60-1055 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M20X1.5
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: Yes
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • ABS Ring Tooth Count: 48
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 24.6875
Part Fit for Buick Skylark 1995-91; Chevrolet Beretta 1996-92, Cavalier 1994-92, Corsica 1996-92; Oldsmobile Achieva 1995-92, Cutlass Calais 1991; Pontiac Grand Am 1995-91, Sunbird 1994-92
Part Fit for Buick Riviera 1990-89; Cadillac Eldorado 1990-89, Seville 1990-89; Oldsmobile Toronado 1990-89
Cardone Reman 60-1056 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M24X2.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 21.4375
Part Fit for Buick Riviera 1990-89; Cadillac Eldorado 1990-89, Seville 1990-89; Oldsmobile Toronado 1990-89
Part Fit for Chevrolet Astro 1996-90; GMC Safari 1996-90
Cardone Reman 60-1057 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M24X2.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Bolt-On
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Bolt Count: 6
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 20.5
Part Fit for Chevrolet Astro 1996-90; GMC Safari 1996-90
Part Fit for Asuna Sunfire 1993; Geo Storm 1993-91; Isuzu Impulse 1992-90
Cardone Reman 60-1058 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M20X1.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Stake
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 35
Part Fit for Asuna Sunfire 1993; Geo Storm 1993-91; Isuzu Impulse 1992-90
Part Fit for Chevrolet Metro 1992, Sprint 1991-89; Geo Metro 1994-89
Cardone Reman 60-1059 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M18X1.5
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Stake
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 24.9375
Part Fit for Chevrolet Metro 1992, Sprint 1991-89; Geo Metro 1994-89
Part Fit for Buick LeSabre 1999-92, Park Avenue 1996-91; Oldsmobile 88 1999-92, 98 1996-92, LSS 1999-96, Regency 1998-97; Pontiac Bonneville 1999-92
Cardone Reman 60-1060 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M27X2.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 24.375
Part Fit for Buick LeSabre 1999-92, Park Avenue 1996-91; Oldsmobile 88 1999-92, 98 1996-92, LSS 1999-96, Regency 1998-97; Pontiac Bonneville 1999-92
Part Fit for Buick Skylark 1985-80; Chevrolet Celebrity 1986-84, Citation 1985-80, Citation II 1985-84; Oldsmobile Omega 1984-80; Pontiac Phoenix 1984-80
Cardone Reman 60-1062 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M20X1.5
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 39.375
Part Fit for Buick Skylark 1985-80; Chevrolet Celebrity 1986-84, Citation 1985-80, Citation II 1985-84; Oldsmobile Omega 1984-80; Pontiac Phoenix 1984-80
Part Fit for Asuna Sunfire 1993; Geo Storm 1993-90; Isuzu Impulse 1992-90, Stylus 1992-91
Cardone Reman 60-1063 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M20X1.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Stake
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Spline Count: 34
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 24
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 24.3125
Part Fit for Asuna Sunfire 1993; Geo Storm 1993-90; Isuzu Impulse 1992-90, Stylus 1992-91
Part Fit for Cadillac Cimarron 1988-85; Chevrolet Cavalier 1988-85; Oldsmobile Firenza 1987-85
Cardone Reman 60-1064 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M20X1.5
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 21.125
Part Fit for Cadillac Cimarron 1988-85; Chevrolet Cavalier 1988-85; Oldsmobile Firenza 1987-85
Part Fit for Chevrolet Lumina 1991-90; Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 1991-90; Pontiac Grand Prix 1991-90
Cardone Reman 60-1067 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M24X2.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 26.75
Part Fit for Chevrolet Lumina 1991-90; Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 1991-90; Pontiac Grand Prix 1991-90
Part Fit for Pontiac LeMans 1988, Optima 1988
Cardone Reman 60-1069 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: No
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 22.625
Part Fit for Pontiac LeMans 1988, Optima 1988
Part Fit for Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 1990-88; Pontiac Grand Prix 1990-88
Cardone Reman 60-1070 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M24X2.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 22.8125
Part Fit for Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 1990-88; Pontiac Grand Prix 1990-88
Part Fit for Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 1990-88; Pontiac Grand Prix 1990-88
Cardone Reman 60-1071 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M24X2.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 21.125
Part Fit for Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 1990-88; Pontiac Grand Prix 1990-88
Part Fit for Chevrolet Lumina 1991-90; Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 1991-90; Pontiac Grand Prix 1991-90
Cardone Reman 60-1072 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M24X2.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 20.5
Part Fit for Chevrolet Lumina 1991-90; Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 1991-90; Pontiac Grand Prix 1991-90
Part Fit for Buick Skyhawk 1986-84, Skylark 1987-86, Somerset 1987-86, Somerset Regal 1985; Cadillac Cimarron 1988-85; Chevrolet Beretta 1989-87, Cavalier 1991-85, Corsica 1989-87; Oldsmobile Calais 1987-85, Cutlass Calais 1991-88, Firenza 1987-85; Pontiac Grand Am 19
Cardone Reman 60-1074 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M20X1.5
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 36.75
Part Fit for Buick Skyhawk 1986-84, Skylark 1987-86, Somerset 1987-86, Somerset Regal 1985; Cadillac Cimarron 1988-85; Chevrolet Beretta 1989-87, Cavalier 1991-85, Corsica 1989-87; Oldsmobile Calais 1987-85, Cutlass Calais 1991-88, Firenza 1987-85; Pontiac Grand Am 19
Part Fit for Buick Skylark 1995-91; Oldsmobile Achieva 1995-92, Cutlass Calais 1991; Pontiac Grand Am 1995-91
Cardone Reman 60-1075 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M20X1.5
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: Yes
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • ABS Ring Tooth Count: 48
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 20.3125
Part Fit for Buick Skylark 1995-91; Oldsmobile Achieva 1995-92, Cutlass Calais 1991; Pontiac Grand Am 1995-91
Part Fit for Chevrolet Spectrum 1988-85; Geo Spectrum 1989; Isuzu I-Mark 1989-85; Pontiac Sunburst 1988-85
Cardone Reman 60-1077 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M20X1.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Stake
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Spline Count: 34
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Spline Count: 22
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 34.5
Part Fit for Chevrolet Spectrum 1988-85; Geo Spectrum 1989; Isuzu I-Mark 1989-85; Pontiac Sunburst 1988-85
Part Fit for Buick Century 1989-84; Chevrolet Celebrity 1989-84; Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera 1989-84, Cutlass Cruiser 1989; Pontiac 6000 1989-85
Cardone Reman 60-1078 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M20X1.5
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 20.375
Part Fit for Buick Century 1989-84; Chevrolet Celebrity 1989-84; Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera 1989-84, Cutlass Cruiser 1989; Pontiac 6000 1989-85
Part Fit for Asuna Sunfire 1993; Geo Storm 1993-90; Isuzu Impulse 1992-90, Stylus 1992-91
Cardone Reman 60-1079 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M20X1.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Stake
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Input Shaft Spline Count: 24
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 22.375
Part Fit for Asuna Sunfire 1993; Geo Storm 1993-90; Isuzu Impulse 1992-90, Stylus 1992-91
Part Fit for Chevrolet Lumina 1993-92 1990; Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 1993-92; Pontiac Grand Prix 1993-92
Cardone Reman 60-1080 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M24X2.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 26.375
Part Fit for Chevrolet Lumina 1993-92 1990; Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 1993-92; Pontiac Grand Prix 1993-92
Part Fit for Chevrolet Lumina 1993-90; Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 1993-92; Pontiac Grand Prix 1993-92
Cardone Reman 60-1081 Remanufactured CV Axle Assembly
  • Package Contents: Complete Axle, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Spindle Nut Included: Yes
  • Spindle Nut Thread Size: M24X2.0
  • Axle Nut Locking Type: Self Lock
  • ABS Ring Included: No
  • Input Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • Output Shaft Connection Style: Spline
  • E-Waste: No
  • FAQs: Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
  • FAQs: Are the CV Drive Axle shafts balanced at the factory?
  • FAQs: Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
  • FAQs: I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
  • FAQs: I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
  • FAQs: I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
  • FAQs: Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
  • FAQs: Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
  • FAQs: Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
  • FAQs: NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
  • FAQs: Shafts are inspected 100% for run out to prevent vibrations.  Only shafts that meet the specifications for run out are utilized in the remanufacturing of a CV Drive Axle assembly.
  • FAQs: The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load.  This is typically an outboard joint problem.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
  • FAQs: The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
  • FAQs: The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
  • FAQs: The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut.  Should I reuse it?
  • FAQs: The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
  • FAQs: The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
  • FAQs: When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
  • FAQs: When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
  • FAQs: When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
  • FAQs: When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
  • FAQs: When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Boot clamps are pneumatically crimped, creating a perfect seal between the boot and housing.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle is measured after assembly to ensure proper fit.
  • Features and Benefits: CV Drive Axle shafts are inspected for run out to prevent vibration.
  • Features and Benefits: High-quality grease withstands high-temperature and pressure extremes, which extends joint life.
  • Features and Benefits: High-tech grinding machines maintain the original design of the outer housing, race and cage to guarantee reliable performance.
  • Features and Benefits: Neoprene boots ensure excellent environmental stress resistance, which eliminates cracking - a leading cause of boot failure.
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Features and Benefits: Splines are chased to ensure proper fit of the axle into the mating hub and transmission, which eliminates installation hassles.
  • Features and Benefits: Threads are chased to ensure proper fit of the new retaining nut supplied with each CV Drive axle.
  • Compressed Length (in): 20.75
Part Fit for Chevrolet Lumina 1993-90; Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 1993-92; Pontiac Grand Prix 1993-92
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