I think mine split when the flatbed pulled it up on the bed, it had a tear that lined up with it.barney said:If you have a split boot, all the other boots are the same age and have flexed the same amount. So, I suggest, unless you snagged something, fixing one boot or even one axle isn't the answer. And when you have the front done, if AWD, you need to be checking the rear too.
Its a 32mm (I just did it) and the spec is 144-188 ft/lbs.Otis said:Yeah, but I'm pretty sure its bigger than 32mm, not positive I think it's 36. Impact is definitely the way to remove it. Don't impact it back on though. Use a torque wrench. I think the spec is 167ft/lbs.