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Does anyone have experience using “split” type CV boots, i.e., Dorman Speedy Boots? They’re designed to slip over CV shaft, then screwed closed for a seal without having to remove the CV joint. I suspect this is a substandard way to go, but I thought I’d ask.

My driver’s side CV boot is completely separated and must be replaced soon. Ironically (or not), the Compliance Bushing on this side is completely shot too. Passenger side boot looks perfect. Strange. My Element has 99,000 miles; a three-inch lift and subframe drop; along with all new Honda Struts (2 years ago). Thanks!
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