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Carrier removal dana 60,spicer 60

Carrier removal dana 60 and torque specs on bearing caps ,can't get carrier out after having removed bearing caps,all tis so I can replace oil seal.dana 60 dana 60 dana 60 dana60 a.k.a. spicer 60 spicer 60 spicer 60 what what what kind of other info do you need I don't understand your question as I can provide no other info it is what it is

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Are you a Mechanic? Did you pull the axles? Did you watch one of the many videos on youtube? There are tons of how to's on the net for differential rebuilding. They detail what you want to know. You need some special tools and better understand that if it isn't done correctly it will result in a very very expensive repair. i.e. replacing the whole axle. Start with the housing spreader if you have the axles pulled and the caps off. be careful though as that differential will squash your toes if you dont catch it.

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