Join Date: Sep 2008
Location: Fayetteville, TN
Drives: 89 SHO 3.0 DOHC (Y)
Rep Power: 0
Boot is easy to remove, hard to get to. One spring clamp on the small end and a screw clamp on the big end. The tube just pushes into the boot. There's a tool available at AutoZone and other places for rental that makes removing the inner joint so much easier, it just slides over the rod and allows use of a rachet out by the wheel. I found surprisingly little torque on the joint. You may want/need to drop the rear of the subframe a little to get to it better. No tool necessary to hold the rack itself.
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