Have you ever had achy joints that make it difficult to move around? Your car, in some respects, is no different. Without properly functioning CV joints, your car can ultimately break down. Whether you own a front-wheel drive, rear wheel drive or 4 wheel drive car, you'll find constant velocity joints (CV Joints) on the ends of your drive shafts. On a front wheel drive car the outer CV joints connect the drive shafts to the wheels while the inner joints secure them to the transmission. They are necessary in the transfer of torque while accommodating suspension and steering movement. If you are in the market for new CV joints, don’t delay! Pick from our wide selection of CV joints below.