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How do I remove the right side drive shaft from the transmission?

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  • blue_eyes058 May 05, 2010

    Thank you very much! I can't believe it is this simple.

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Hi, have you all ready stripped the other end out such as the bottom ball joint and the center nut holding the drive shaft into the hub if you have done all this then all you need is a pry bar you need to get the pry bar between the gearbox and the end part of the drive shaft that is coming out of the gearbox you need to then lever the drive shaft out of the gearbox it can be quite tight but a quick **** should free it from the gearbox its held in using circlip on the end of the drive shaft so its just pushed into the gear box so using a pry bar should just pop it out.

let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok

Posted on May 05, 2010

  • paul proctor May 05, 2010

    no problem mate if you have any problems just send me a message back my email is pauldonp@msn.com

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