Crance Feliciano: Ok I have 1998 Chevy express 1500 is the cv axle for the driverside the same as the one for the 1998 Silverado 1500
Chase Williams: Is this the same procedure for a 2001 GMC Sonoma SLS 4x4?
Tim Smith: I had to remove my shock/strut to get the joint to clear. It looks like you did the same but I did not notice if you stated that such removal was required.
Welder Nate: Are both sides the same length?
Jackson Brooks: Will this help me to fix my 1998 Chevy half ton pickup?
Earl Whitney: Great video guys! Immensely helpful
Ray Tondre: thank you for the awesome info! I'm glad they're guys like you, helping guys like us!
NYFred3: Excellent! Thank You and I see your are a very good tech with little things like the CV bolts to the put into transfer case one in next one 180 opposite side, same as the lug nuts. Very superb video.
SeaRay45DB: Why would anyone give this a thumbs down? Must be another vendor...good stuff.
Audian Paxson: Well done! Thank you. I see myself buying a lot of parts from you as a result of these videos!
The Happy Genie: I kept hearing popping and loud crack sound on left side so I changed upper ball joint which did help a lot but the popping and cracking still there.. super annoying, kept going under my truck to move things around and couldn't figure it out. Finally got the answer today, moved my CV axle up and down after jacking it up and clunk/pop over and over..and this video does help to see how easy it is to do hope that info helps people that get that same problem.
Dave Sanderson: Awesome work guys. Nice work
Clay Keglovitz: Thanks for the vid, this helped me out a lot
Gavin D'andrick: do you have to get an alignment after this procedure?
Delle Elsom: Great video! You saved me a bunch of work!
ragINGNeRdVEX: where can i find torque specs for my 97 z71?? they are not in the manual and i have scowered the internet for them also
Eric Wynne: Thanks very much for this video!! I had to do this repair on my 2003 GMC Yukon Denali today and your video saved me a huge headache. I recently did the same thing on a Subaru Forester and that was much more labor intensive, so I was under the impression that the GMC would be as bad or worse. Today's work only took an hour and a half (I'm not a mechanic by trade).
TheSummit396: your videos are the best! i have 06 silverado.
joe mo: awesome love buying parts from you guys cause your vids
owen sawchuk: i like like the 1A auto videos because you guys actually explain how to do it step by step.
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