i work on mine and all of my buddies quads, cv joints are alittle tricky, your better off buying both and doing them at the same time, the rubber boots get worn and as soon as alittle water or dirt gets in they get ruined fast, brakes are a peice of cake. id do it for you but im in sj.
Split I think you once helped\offered me advice on pm's or phone. I ripped a rear cv boot on a Yamaha big bear, I was stuck on how to get the shaft off and remember you telling me it just needed more force and not be afraid to yank back hard on it.
Saved me $300 from what the dealer wanted to do the job for. Did it for cost of the boot less then $20.