||1. Disassemble and remove
wheel and hub. Remove the old boot and its clamps. Carefully
clean the shaft and the CV joint.
||2. Check that the mounting
cone is smooth and without any rough surfaces. Lubricate the
external surface with grease or using the proper lubricant
||3. If the CV boot is intended
to be fitted on a wheel-side joint reverse it and lubricate
its internal part with grease or with the proper lubricant
||4. Put the larger diameter of
the CV boot on the top of the cone and the larger diameter of
the cone (the base) on the joint.
||5. Push the CV boot firmly
until it pops over the cone.
||6. Remove the cone and
reverse the boot onto the correct side if necessary. (This
applies for outer boots).
||7. Lubricate the joint using
the grease included in the kit. Let the boot slip on the joint
and adapt it. Fill the CV boot with the remaining grease.
||8. Fix the CV boot using the
tightening clamps and cut the excess parts using scissors or a
cutter. Re-assemble the wheel and the hub.