2003 Elantra needs CV Boot replaced

My Elantra has a torn CV boot. I was told that repairing this requires the axle be replaced. Is that correct? Also, apparently there's an issue with
ABS Vs no ABS - my car has ABS. The boot is on the driver's side. Any thoughts about this appreciated. Thanks!
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On Tue, 6 Apr 2010 19:26:54 -0700, Victek wrote:

Try a repair yourself with some flexible rubber and a good adhesive. The main reason for the boot is to keep debris out, this will wear the coupling down.
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