So I think I have a CV that is blown. It was making some skipping clunking noise around corners, and a pulsing grinding noise with each wheel rotation. It is worst when turning hard right, and especially bad if I engage 4x4 and make it bind up. Even without jacking the car up, there is noticeable play in the left CV axle. I didn't have time to fix it before I drove it to the airport on Saturday. As I pulled into the airport, it got way worse, grinding bad enough to feel the steering wheel shake with each rotation of the wheel. SO, what are my options for getting the damn thing home?? I foolishly brought no tools with me, but if needed I could have someone make a supply drop before I return. I'd like to minimize the work I have to do in the airport parking lot in freezing temps for obvious reasons. The drive home is about 75 miles, the first 40ish of which are interstate, the rest 2 lane country highway. I could avoid freeway, with about 20 miles of city streets and the rest country highway. Could I possibly nurse it home? I feel like the best course of action will be somehow removing the axle and driving it home. I understand I would have to leave the outer part of it bolted into the hub to prevent a catastrophic failure. How hard is it to disassemble the axle? Would I be better off just replacing it entirely while I'm at it or will that be much more work. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.