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How does the axel come out after i remove the four bolts behind the brake

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You need to remove the rear diff cover, remove the roll pin or bolt that retains one end of the spider gear cross shaft, then remove the "c" clip that retains the axle. Careful not to let the gears "walk out" after the pin has been removed.

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