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It's called Constant Velocity Joint that turn your wheel from engine power coming through this drive shaft.

Rubber boot is holding the grease inside so the CV joint always move with enough lubrication inside.

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35 minutes ago, Gaurav said:

It's called Constant Velocity Joint that turn your wheel from engine power coming through this drive shaft.

Rubber boot is holding the grease inside so the CV joint always move with enough lubrication inside.

Rubber boot is also meant to keep dust and sand from entering the unit. 

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It's usually the outer one as most of the inners are not serviceable one...when the inner one goes bad then it's better to toss in another one....

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