VW Driveshaft. Remanufactured driveshafts are as good as new, and save you time and money! This is an affordable way to avoid having to remove the axles to get the CV's off, only find out that you inadvertently disassembled the CV itself, and can't get it back together. Make the job easier on yourself with this complete driveshaft.
The easiest way for a DIYer to correct a CV joint problem is to replace the entire VW driveshaft as an assembly. By buying an 8 point Allen star and the 30mm socket a novice mechanic can replace the entire assembly in 1/2 an hour. (Remove the drive shaft by removing the 30mm nut out by the wheel, then the 6 bolts on the inner CV; drop the inner end of the CV down and pull it out toward the transmission. Then just slip the replacement unit into place and bolt it up.)