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Hello guys, hope everybody is safe and healthy.

The outer CV boots of my Ng900 SE turbo were cracked so I decided to replace the inner and outer boots of both sides.

Two weeks ago I started with the right side, following Platonoff guide (Inner CV Boot and Outer CV Boot) those guides made the job easy.

Last weekend I worked left side (driver side). And troubles started. After assembling all the parts, the wheel was not spinning, as if breaks where applied.I dissasemble all again and found that the joint was not secured by the snap ring. Fixed it, and started assembling all parts again.

By hand is somehow hard to spin, odd thing is that I can see that transmission moves when the rotation start to get harder to move.
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Any ideas what could be wrong?

Thanks in advance!
 

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Is it just because you are turning the internal parts of the differential / transmission? Is it a lot harder to turn than the passenger side?
 
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