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I have to replace my front CV axels on my 2015 outback. When I go to order the axels it shows it fits left and right sides. Can anyone confirm the left and right axels are the same? They fit both sides?
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It is the same part # 28321AL010 for left and right side. This is the part I ordered to replace on my 2016 Outback, right side, but it fits the left side as well.
 

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Thanks for the reply. I can order them now with confidence. That is the part number I’m looking at tooo
 

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I have to replace my front CV axels on my 2015 outback. When I go to order the axels it shows it fits left and right sides. Can anyone confirm the left and right axels are the same? They fit both sides?
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Chris
Were you looking for genuine Subaru axles? Aftermarket axles seem to give everyone problems. I know I got vibration at certain speeds with Cardone rebuild ones.
 

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That’s what I’ve heard too. I had problems with Moog ball joints fitting into the knuckle when I changed them, so I’m going to bite the bull it and get Subaru parts
 

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I just change the axles in my car and when I test drove it it was squealing when I made tight turns not really sure what is causing it maybe the heat shields on the end of the axle I’m not sure if that’s what they’re called
 
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