Two of my four Microbus's CV boots were busted so I'm replacing all four. This may could also help you if you have a bum CV, just pack and replace instead of clean and inspect! Be ready to have grease on your here's, there's and every where's And so, onward and upward! Remember please, safety at all times. I used: 4 CV boot kits; Thanks Roy, 6mm allen key, Lots and lots of clean rags, A big socket or similar to help ease the CV's back on the shaft, A hammer, A punch, A fair bit of parts cleaner, Cir clip pliers, A vice, Flat blade screwdriver for making sure the cir clip is seated where it should. First of all I pulled the old CV out. You may need a special tool to undo your 24 bolts/screws I was lucky and the previous person used allen key head bolts/screws so it was pretty easy for removing them, if your not as lucky you may need a special 12 point tool to undo your bolts/screw. Here's the trans axle end I cleaned all the old cruddy grease out, ready for reinstalling the axle shaft. This is the other end as you may have guessed by the presence of the wheel, same again clean the old grease off as above. Right then, down to business, off we go to the parts washer and wipe the grease off the cir-clip ready for dis assembly.