REMOVE, CHECK, INSTALL CV AXLES
— STEP-BY-STEP HOW TO GUIDE —
By the staff of Dirt Wheels
We recently noticed that there was a lot of wet lubricant on one of our Polaris RZR front axles. Looking closely, we found that a stick had gone through the lower front part of the machine and wedged between the front axle CV and the front differential. We assumed the CV boot was punctured, so we pulled the axle out. This is what we found, and we thought it might help our readers. To begin, make sure the machine is supported safely, then remove the wheel.
While you have the axle off, manipulate all of the joints. They should move freely and smoothly at all angles and in and out.