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Removing the front axle

Cannot get the front axle out. Any tricks? I have loosened all bolts and can get the axle to move about an inch but then it stops.

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Don't just loosen bolts remove them cause some are in a slot that prevents the axle from moving if your bolts come loose....then get your biggest phillips head screwdriver and gently tap your axle out....Good Luck to you my friend....Tim

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