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How do you get the c clip off the end of the axle inside the housing

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If you have a Chevy diff, you have "c-clips" These clips are located inside the diff. Remove diff cover. Remove lock bolt that holds cross shaft in place. Slide cross shaft out. Push axles inward and remove C-washers. Remove axle shafts being carefull not to damage axle seals. Question Why are you taking this apart?

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Have someone try to move the axle in and out while you watch the end of the axle inside the spider gear carrier. The 'C' clip should be near the end and will drive off with a small punch. If there is no clip, then the axle/bearing is retained by a plate that is bolted at the end of the axle housing behind the wheel. The bearing and seal should be removed and replaced with the aid of a shop press.

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