A properly built CVD ensures your Durango DEX410 runs right to the finish line every time. Here we show you a little extra tip for your centre CVD using the TD310023 CVD Boot.
The Tools for the Job
Using the Tip-Ex Pen
Mark the Flat on the CVD
Add Threadlock to both sides of the CVD Barrel (Wipe off any that gets onto the outer face)
Let the thread lock settle into the barrel
Smear Grease onto the inside of the Joint
Push in the Barrel
Aligh the Flat on the CVD Pin with the Grub Screw Hole (You should be able to see the white mark even on assembly)
Screw in the grub screw till tight
Fit a second grub screw to the opposite side
For the Centre CVD's You can fit a TD310023 for added security
We have now added two CVD collars to TD310039 to ensure that even the most poorly-built and poorly-maintained CVDs do not lose their pins!