I'm working on my daughter's '87 GTS Coupe (too many problems to mention) and I had a question about the passenger side CV axle. The inner boot on her's was torn open and it was throwing grease everywhere. I bought a replacement unit and plan to install tomorrow. However, I noticed that the carrier bearing on the new unit is unusually tight. The old one, of course, is very loose and spins freely. However, it takes a little bit of effort to spin the new one by hand. I would assume that the bearing would loosen up rather quickly with use, but in your experience, were the bearings tight initially on replacement axles that you have installed in your cars? I don't want this thing to heat and bind, and if it's not performing correctly, then I would want to take it back now before I start putting parts back on the car. Are there any special considerations/instructions when installing this axle? I installed a new transmission seal, and I'll be ready to button it up once I install the new struts on the car tomorrow. Based on what I've read here, ATF is probably the transmisison fill of choice (had 90w in it, I believe). Thanks in advance for your help.