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Hi,
I found a solution to a "Ox Yoke Puzzle. I am not sure if this was what you wanted or not. I couldn't find anything just labeled Yoke Puzzle. It would have helped more if there was more information. Here is that solution....

1. pull the center loop down a couple of inches
2. move right ring/ball through the hoop you made from the center string, and let go of the ball so it is behind the loop.
3. take the entire loop and push it through the center hole and pull all turns through.
4. feed ring through two loops on back side of yoke.
5. pull entire center loop back through the center hole.
6. straighten all loops, and right string will be on the left loop.
*. to return, reverse steps!
i hoped this worked for you!

Posted on Sep 30, 2009

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Universal Joint: Service and Repair
Nylon Injected Ring
Universal Joint Replacement - Nylon Injected Ring
^ Tools Required
- J 9522-3 U Joint Bearing Separator
- J 9522-5 U Joint Bearing Spacer Remover
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