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Thanks for all your help in my CV axle “crisis”. Everyone sold an axle for my application, BUT they were ALL the wrong part. Marty knew exactly what I needed and sent me the CORRECT axle right out. When I received the axle, I was stunned by the quality and workmanship in this part. These guys take a lot of pride in their work and it shows.I was so impressed that I have convinced my repair shop to give them a try. It will only take one job for them to be hooked. I have another car needing a axle and Raxles will be my ONLY axle supplier...Thanks Marty and all the team at Raxles...Your friend,

Jason Shiver
Dothan,Alabama
2001 Oldsmobile Aurora

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Honda Civic CV Axles Installation

Special thanks to Andrew Trzynka!!
Details:
1 1/4" socket fits the 32mm spindle nut: torque to 134 lb-ft.
Ball joint nut: torque 36 to 43 lb-ft.
Damper pinch bolt: torque to 32 lb-ft.
Damper fork nut (12mm): replace with new self locking nut (Honda part number 90215-SB0-003) and torque to 47 lb-ft.
The torque specifications are from the Honda factory service manual. Transaxle:
Use new washers on fill and drain plugs.
Manual transaxle fill plug torque: 33 lb-ft
Manual transaxle drain plug torque: 29 lb-ft

I reused the outer hub seals. (it would be nice if new seals were included on the new axles….)
(they are now :-D marty)
Big screwdriver snaps the inner joints out of the transaxle. Getting the new ones to snap back in is wrestling match.
Remember to use grease on forks of ball joint tool to avoid damage to boot.
Ball joint taper should NOT have grease on it when reassembling.
Remember to refill transaxle with lube.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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