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I'm sure that it can, they are physically the same. You will need to make sure that the axle ratio is the same though.
Posted on Nov 13, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
more than like have a broken axle shaft, un hook the rear drive shaft and put it in 4wd if it wont move then you know you got a broken axle shaft or spider gears broke in the pumpkin
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
you will need to take off the differential cover (drain and change diff oil at this time)
rotate the axle so that you can get at the cross pin and remove it by undoing a small bolt that holds it in place. it should slide out with ease, but i have had them stick, take care not to let the cross pin get lodged where it is difficult to extract
a single C-clip is holding each axle inside the differential housing
you will need to push in from the outer end of the axle, while simultaneously manipulating the C-clip off of the inner axle, repeat this same process on the other side
i will put some of pics up in a minute
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
SOURCE: rear axle bearings
There are 4 bolts for each rear axle. They are located behind the rear brake drums. Remove e-brake cable from rear drum and take off brake line.(carefully). I recomend draining and changing your rear differential fluid too, because if the fluid by run out of axle housing. also you should replace the seals for the axles of if you are changing the bearings. When you are done don't forget to bleed your brakes, and hooking up e-brake cable. I hope this answers your question.
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
SOURCE: rear axle leaking
Block the front tires. Break the rear lugs loose. Jack up the rear of the truck at the center if possible. remove the wheels & brake drums. Remove the brake shoes,return springs & all the other hardware. Remove the differential cover & drain oil. If you have a posi the next step sucks. You need to remove the threaded pin from the housing & remove the axle retaining clips. All the while,being carefull of the spring in the posi unit. If no posi,then same procedure,minus the "pucker factor". After the axle is out,take a large flat blade screw driver or pry bar & pop the seal out. Keep in mind the axle bearing is probably gone too , so that's another procedure. Keep it apart,you'll be glad you did.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
YOU NEED A HAYNES OR CHILTON REPAIR MANUAL.TO REMOVE REAR AXLE YOU HAVE TO REMOVE REAR DIFFERENTIAL COVER AND GASKET.YOUR DIFFERENTIAL HAS EITHER PINION SHAFT LOCKING SCREWS OR C - LOCKS.THEY HAVE TO REMOVED BEFORE AXLE SHAFT WILL COME OUT.
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
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