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Replacing the u-joint

Does the u-joint on a 1992 S-10 have to be pressed out and in or can you knock it out then back in ?

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Try and find a good bench vise and press it out the plastic tabs sometimes r stubborn and you dont want to beat the daylights out of your yokes.

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