Question about 2000 Chevrolet Suburban
I have disconnected the axle from the transfer case. I have disconnected the 2 axles coming from the front differential. I need to know how to disconnect both axles from front hubs and still be able to drive the vehicle as a 2wd vehicle
Ok i'm no expert but if you're trying to get the front axles out you will need to take the hubs apart and it should all disconnect somewhere around the cv's. If you take your time and think about what you're doing it won't be that hard a job.
Alternativly the simple solution is to leave the front end complete and only remove the front propshaft. By doing this and just leaving the hubs disengaged none of the front end will turn and you will have 2wd. This option also means that if you come accross a cheap transfer case later on down the track you won't have to worry about putting the front end back together.
Hope thats some help to you. - Neil
Posted on Jun 14, 2008
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