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1993 chevy 1500 extended cab i need to replace center support bearing.where the two shafts are supposed to separate there is a steel collar with some kind of rubber that i cant get off to allow the s

1993 chevy 1500 extended cab i need to replace center support bearing.where the two shafts are supposed to separate there is a steel collar with some kind of rubber that i cant get off to allow the shaft to separate.

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Take the entire shaft to a drive shaft place
that works on them & balances them

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