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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First mark the relationship of the two yokes and then remove the universal joint. Now that's done remove the retainer clip from the top of the slip yoke and gently tap the slip yoke out being careful not to damage the splines on the shaft. the bearing that ins on there is pressed in so (A) you can bring it to someone with a press or (B) use a gear/ pulley puller. If you attempt this take your time and have patience don't break anything and think safety first.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
Replace the bearing, it's rubber mount and any u joints that are not PERFECT. any little resistance will make vibration, and it only gets worse.
Be CERTAIN to keep the shafts in PHASE or you will be most sorry. Phase realtes to their positioning to one another, precisely.
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
The carrier bearing is the support that holds the shaft & is connector between shafts, it's NOT connected to the shaft (integral) Just look up "carrier or support" bearing for your rig.
Posted on Mar 09, 2011
SOURCE: The rear drive shaft carrier
SKF bearings is my first choice and any bearing stockist will get you one one you take the old one off and they measure it --width --inner shaft size --outer casing size
Posted on Sep 07, 2011
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