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FIRST THING IS GET IT UP AND TAKE THE COVER OFF THE REAR END PULL TIRE AND BRAKE DRUMS NOW TAKE THE SMALL BOLT OUT OF THE CARRIER AND REMOVE THE LARGE PIN NOW PUSH THE AXLE IN AND THE C CLIP WILL COME OFF PULL THE AXLES OUT AND UNBOLT THE BACKING PLATES AND TIE THEM UP DO NOT TAKE OFF THE BRAKE LINES THIS WAY YOU DONT HAVE TO BLEED BRAKES OR CHANGE ANYTHING OVER TO THE NEW DIFFERENTAL TAKE THE BRAKE LINES OFF THE CLIPS THEY JUST BEND OVER AND OULL DRIVESHAFT AND U BOLT AND LOWER IT OUT TAKE YOUR NEW DIFFERENTAL AND PULL THE COVER AND REMOVE THE AXLES BEST TO INSTALL NEW SEAL AT THIS TIME CHECK AXLES FOR ANT PITTING WERE THE BEARING RIDES IF YOU SEE ANY REPLACE AXLE AND BEARING ( THE AXLE IS THE RACE OF THE BEARING) PUT IT UP BOLT IT DOWN INSTALL BACKING PLATE AND AXLES NEW COVER GASKET OR SEALER MAKE SUR ITS CLEAN AND DRY WITH SEALER AND FILL IT UP WITH GEAR LUBE YOUR DONE

Posted on Oct 15, 2010

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    TWO THUMBS UP WHAT DID YOU WANT ME TO DO IT FOR YOU PEOPLE LIKE YOU IS WHY I SHOULD WAIST ME TIME

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