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1993 jeep wrangler rear end

My rear end on my jeep has bearings on them and i want to reuse them how do i get them off without damaging them

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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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