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    I need to get a new CV & FWHub. Mitsubi garage want $2500 to fix one side and a pair of FWHubs which seems excessive. Has anyone try aftermarket CV & shaft assemblies from brands such as peddler?

    Also i need a new set of FWHubs. have a set of AVH's but he garage reckon this might be the cause of the failure which i find hard to believe. anyone had problems with these.
    The problem was the retaining ring which holds the CV into the hub broke which left the shaft to move about & cause damage.

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    Model/year etc of pajero?
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      its a 1998 triton ute V6

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        ebay aust has some new aftermarket hub assemblies , have a look.
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          Originally posted by Daren View Post

          Mitsubi garage want $2500 to fix one side and a pair of FWHubs which seems excessive.

          Also i need a new set of FWHubs. have a set of AVH's but he garage reckon this might be the cause of the failure which i find hard to believe. anyone had problems with these.
          that's dear !!

          I'm wondering if the vehicle's been raised... that'd pull that clip to the point it breaks..

          Used to hear problems with the scoobies (subaru's) with lift either pulling shafts out of the diffs or snapping off that retainer ring you mentioned.. because the shaft couldn't accomodate the length difference throughout the suspension travel... too short on full extension and concetina'ed on full compression.... and no-one makes variable length live shafts for them

          Also shouldn't make any difference whether the hubs are auto, manual or locked... would be to do with that shaft getting yanked back against the hub all the time.
          'No Princess' - NJ LWB - Modded 2.8TD

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