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Can't remove rear axel yoke

Removed all nuts and rear drive axel from yoke and transfer case, can't get yoke to split off rear axel houseing to expose iner gears, (diff),

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Im not sure of your question. ?
that is a drive shaft and or propeller shaft, off
fist start by saying, what you are doing? we dont know.
What is the goal, ????
my guess is, removing the axle carrier from the axle housing?
you must remove both axles to do that.
here is a 2004 , axles being pulled. (im guessing what you are doing)
http://www.fixkick.com/axles/axle_rear_R&R.html

Posted on Apr 22, 2013

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