The driveshaft for the 2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V is supposedly non-serviceable, but I was able to disassemble the shaft and now I'm trying to rebuild it. The shaft has 2 CV joints:
One is 100mm OD, is 6x86mm PCD bolt pattern with 10mm bolts, and has a 1" 32 spline shaft. I have a sneaking suspicion that this is the same high speed CV joint as the Pontiac Solstice listed in your catalog, as it shares the exact same differential with the CTS-V.
The other CV has the outer race welded onto the drive shaft and needs to have the metal part of the boot crimped on. The OD of that CV is 94mm, and the channel that the metal part of the boot crimps into starts about 8mm from the edge of the CV. It has the same 1" 32 spline shaft, but the inner star piece of the CV has a captive spring circlip. The small end of the CV boot needs to be about 1" diameter (caliper shows 27mm where the boot clamps).
The carrier bearing is probably vehicle specific, but if there are generic ones it looks like you can take the factory mount for the bearing apart and press a new one in. The rubber isolator's outside diameter is metal and round and is 96mm diameter and 20mm thick. The bearing itself is 30mm ID and 20mm thick.
So I would happily buy the tool to crimp the boot on and there would probably be quite a few people on the Cadillac forums that would want to refurbish their boots, joints, and carrier bearings too if we could put together a kit. We've been told that the shaft is not serviceable, and the dealership wants $1300 for a new one, and aftermarket options start at $900, so $900 for a torn CV boot is a little ridiculous. Please let me know if you can help us out!!