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SOURCE: how to remove a differential side axel from a 1961 Chev Belair.

remove wheels brake drum - remove cover-remove differential pinion shaft lock screw/bolt and pinion shaft -with someone helping or yourself push in axle shaft towards center and remove "C" lock do same for other side be careful not to damage seal when pulling out shafts

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