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If the axle is broke or removed does that mean that the difereincal pin broke or damaged or if the gears are damaged

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Never seen an axle fall out--you may have major damage. If you are lucky, the cv joint may have failed suddenly without damaging the tranny or wheel bearing. What do the shaft ends look like? Does it have splines on both ends? Are the splines clean? If yes, you may be OK--just have a new axle put in.

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