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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 03-23-2009, 10:40 AM Thread Starter
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Grease Coming out of CV boots

After I put my stock cv's on my lsr axles I put the cv grease in there and used those damn metal pain in the ass zip ties. but after i ran it for a day that shit is coming out of the boots. Is that normal for some to come out of them. I dont know if i just put too much grease in them or maybe those metal zip ties arent working???
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Grease should not be coming out. Alot of people put hose clamps on them to keep em from leaking.
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I have used metal pipe clamps, and aftermarket CV ties, and the only ones that I have found are the best are the Yamaha OEM ones.

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dont some people just use heavy duty zip ties? I just priced those yamaha oem ones and it would cost me almost a hundred bucks!!
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dont some people just use heavy duty zip ties? I just priced those yamaha oem ones and it would cost me almost a hundred bucks!!
Go to carquest... they have automotive grade CV clamps about 2-3 bucks a pop. Ive got the tool here at my house to put em on.


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ill try that...you workin sunday jacob? i may need to come by and borrow that
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ill try that...you workin sunday jacob? i may need to come by and borrow that
Ill be off.. give me a call and swing on by


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thanks duuuuude!
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The axle ties provided by LSR are not very good.... Re-use the stock ties... they are the best.

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damn it i fucked up the stock ones to get them all off!!
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