Originally Posted by Labs
I do plan to have someone professional look at this for me as you can tell I'm a bit of a newbie (but I have to learn sometime)
There you go this is the correct plan of action. I can't say it enough a good Frame and Axle shop is a national treasure. If you are dealing with a twin I beam front end this is especially true, this front end is very strong but it can be a booger to work on. In your case you have half shafts, controlled by A Arms using a needle injector is the standard method of getting grease into a dry constant velocity joint. If your CVJ's are noisy they are most likely already bad, replace the whole half shaft and not just the CVJ's it is cheaper, these shafts are less the a 100 bucks each, and for that price you get new CVJ's and rubber boots.
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