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There is a "c" clip on the inboard end of the axle inside the differential gear carrier. To get to it you need to punch out the roll pin that holds the spider gear cross shaft in the carrier and slide that shaft out, then push the axle in and remove the clip. Careful not to let the spider gears walk out if you turn the center section!!.

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