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Default CV Axle brand suggestions please

06 ES330. Need to replace CV axle on both sides. Haven't called the dealer yet for a quote. Any suggestions when it comes to OEM brands? Thanks everyone.
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Thanks. Any thoughts on the Cardones from Rock Auto?
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If you are looking for OEM brands, toyota sells remanufactured axles (Toyota Part number ends in -84). Check amazon, they sometimes have them.
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Thanks. Any thoughts on the Cardones from Rock Auto?
Havenít done them yet. Iíll probably end up getting them from Toyotapartsonline.

Does anyone know the Lexus part numbers?

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Originally Posted by ES214 View Post
Thanks. Any thoughts on the Cardones from Rock Auto?
Cheap enough where even if it fails in another year or so, just swap it out again.
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I use Detroit Axle from Amazon. Lifetime Warranty.
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Originally Posted by 80es300 View Post
If you are looking for OEM brands, toyota sells remanufactured axles (Toyota Part number ends in -84). Check amazon, they sometimes have them.
Are the reman OEM's found at the dealer?
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Not always, you can call your local dealer and try. I saw my car axle on amazon (seller was some toyota dealer). I have seen prices from ranging from $115 but some sellers have core fee (Refunded if you send your old axle)... so best if you can find a local toyota one or just go with aftermarket brands others suggested.
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Originally Posted by 80es300 View Post
Not always, you can call your local dealer and try. I saw my car axle on amazon (seller was some toyota dealer). I have seen prices from ranging from $115 but some sellers have core fee (Refunded if you send your old axle)... so best if you can find a local toyota one or just go with aftermarket brands others suggested.
Sounds good.

To find the remanufactured OEMs would I first find the OEM part number and then add an "84" to the end?
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Actually, I just checked and looks like Toyota doesn't have re-manufactured for 2006 es330, only older cars I guess. Sorry for the confusion, back to some good aftermarket ones

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