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How to pull out the front drive shaft

How to pull out the right front drive shaft if it was jammed? The shaft jointed to gear-box leaved inside.

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Snap rings hold these shafts in
so they simply pry out.
the ring is round and attached to the shaft which stays firmly in place when the shaft is removed

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