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Re: 1993 jeep wrangler rear end
Axle bearings? If so then you used a slide hammer with the half moon shaped adapter. the half moon spins straight to go into the bearing and then turn to catch both sides and then you pop it out. pinion bearing have to have the front yolk of the rear end taken off and the rear pan to gain access.
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If it is a c-clip axle, I believe it is a 8mm 12 point open ended wrench. pop the rear diff cover, rotate the rear end. (make sure it is on jack stands) Remove 8mm bolt. Slide out the keeper pin( big round slug in center of the diff.) Slide the axle closer to the other, just enough to pull a little c-shaped clip. now you can slide out the axle. be carefull NOT to scatch the inside of the axle tube or the carrier bearings, so you can get away with reusing them.
only on right turns?? a smaller tire would have resulted in damage if the rear is a locking type rearend. IF it is a locking rear end I would change the oil, noting the color and how it looks. replace it and add some "slip additive"............. IF its not a locking type axle, maybe a spider gear problem, but thats inside the housing, not out by the wheel. You may need to take the axle out and inspect the axle/ bearing.