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You won't know the wear until you open them up. If your lucky, having 2 reboot kits from Beno on hand is all you'll need. Possibly new inner axle seals and the dust seals 2001LC mentioned. The thread in the sticky's by Summit Cruisers was a huge help. I recommend kerosene for cleaning out the old inboard CV grease instead of brake cleaner which just makes a mess. Good time to check your upper and lower ball joints as well if your doing a bearing repack.
If a dealership says my axle needs to be replaced, is he referring to the CV Axle?
Has anyone ever rebuilt the internals of an axle and if so how did it turn out? Do they even sell internals besides a boot? Seems as though it wouldn't be worth the trouble. If you do reboot, make sure you have LOTS of rags.
Sorry I answered the fitment but left out the from. When I gave part #90304 A0001 the parts guy at a Toyota dealer said; TOYOTA TACOMA or 4runner I really don't recall which one. I've found by googleing both those and land cruiser fitment.
Interesting. I know that a lot of parts are interchangeable between 4runner and taco. I wonder how many other parts are interchangeable with the 100's as well. I have some old CV 's and other misc parts from my 4runner and taco. I do know that some parts are interchangeable with the 80 series as well.Sorry I answered the fitment but left out the from. When I gave part #90304 A0001 the parts guy at a Toyota dealer he said; TOYOTA TACOMA or 4runner I really don't recall which one. I've found by googleing both those and land cruiser fitment.