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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if it the 8 like wedge under the axel bolts you got to hit them on the side to get them out or sometimes use a screwdriver w hammer on thr side of them. then when you get the axel out there be two big nuts with a spacer betwin them.if you have a socket big i think 2 9/16ts or some people use hammer and chisle. take the 1st one off then spacer then last nut. then you mitee half to back off the brakes shoes off to get drum off(small hole in backing plate at bottom) good luck
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
Please ensure that this has gear oil because some of these actually ran regular dexron tranny fluid. If it is gear oil a standard 80w-90 is a good all grade gear oil to run in it.
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
96' Has trans cooler lines both in front of ******. They had overheating problems, so in 97' they moved the Return Line farther back on trans. You will have to change line fittings as well as move return line forward.
Posted on Sep 19, 2011
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