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I need to pull the drivers side front axel off how do i do it

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Remove axle
1. remove wheel
2. remove brake caliper and brake braket
3. remove rotor
4. remove 4WD locking hub
5. remove c clip on axle
5a. (leave wheel bearing assy on after taking c-lip off saves time unless you want to take it of in that case you have 4 bolts on the backside of the bear that you will have to unbolt)
6. unbolt upper and lower ball joints
7. use ball joint tool and seperate
7a. remove spindel knuckel
8. slide axle out

Posted on Aug 29, 2010

  • johnny wyatt
    johnny wyatt Aug 29, 2010

    5a. that would be off and bearing instead of bear to many people talking to me type o.

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