They should be ok but why would you replace old cv shafts with old cv shafts? If your looking to save money you could rebuild the cv joints on your parts car and replace them. That would make a little more sense
Thats good. Just dont take any short cuts on it only to have it bite ou in the ass later. As with those cv halfshafts. Take the time to open those boots up, inspect the joints, and grease em up if all is well. Just trying to save you the headache later down the road. :tup:
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