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Axle removal on 2008 gmc sierra rear positraction

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SOURCE: can't remove c-clips off rear axles in a 1995 chev

O K,the axles have to be pushed back in toward the center of the chunk.To do this remove the keeper pin,by unscrewing the small(5/12 bolt head)bolt from the chunk.The carrier.It is in the end ,near one end of the spider gear axle,not the drive axle.When you remove this bolt(use a 6 point socket)you will be able to remove the spider gear axle out.It will slide easy,out the same end where you removed the small 5/16 bolt.The spider gears will not fall out,at this time.Turn the carier(chunk)and the spiders will crawl out of there place.Then the axles will push in,and the c-clips will just about fall out.I hope this was helpful.If this was helpful,please let us know,thank you.

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