Network CVs has a fully equipped workshop where our technicians can replace your CV shafts, CV joints or your CV boots at very competitive rates. Most installation services can be provided on a same-day basis.

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Phone the office during business hours to book a time for your free inspection and no-obligation quote.


  • A torn boot is the most common cause of CV joint failure.
    • Grease on the inside of wheels, suspension or guards will indicate a torn boot.

  • Snapping or clicking noises coming from the wheel when accelerating around a corner are usually the first indications that you have issues with your CV shafts.
  • Clunking or vibration when accelerating or decelerating indicates a worn inboard joint.
  • With the majority of vehicles on our roads today being either front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, CV shafts are one of the most common components requiring replacement. We are able to provide reliable technical information to ensure you choose the right product for the job.
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