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U bolts from the transfer case to the front member

I've taken out the shaft from the transfer case to the front member. i've released the clips from all three u bolts but i can not seem to figure out how to get them out.
The truck ran fine when it was in two wheel but as soon as I put it in 4 wheel it kept making a loud thump from the transfer case when the truck was moving forward. That is what kept me thinking it was coming from the u bolts.
Can you help.
Bob

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Use a pry bar between yoke and u-joint. Give a good pry it should pop out.
As for the sound were you able to for sure isolate it to the u-joint?

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