Drive Pinion Flange/Yoke and/or Oil Seal Replacement (9.75 Inch Axle) Tools Required
Removal Procedure Important: Observe and mark the positions of all the driveline components, relative to the propeller shaft and the axles, prior to disassembly. These components include the propeller shafts, drive axles, pinion flanges, output shafts, etc. Reassemble all the components in the exact places in which you removed the parts. Follow any specifications, torque values, and any measurements made prior to disassembly.
Notice: Refer to Pinion/Yoke Installation Notice In Service Precautions.
Notice: Refer to Fastener Notice in Service Precautions.
Both brakes have to hold perfectly otherwise place a large pipe wrench on the yoke , just so long as it is held securely
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I do not 100% agree with all of the answer you got, you cant have a axle setup with a pinion nut torque as well as a crush collar. If you have XX.X axle you have a crush collar and you torque the pinion nut down till you reach a certain preload on the bearings. If you have a XX.X axle then you do not have a crush collar but shims which you have to change to achieve preload then you do have a pinion nut torque.
I first off need to know which axle size you have, 9.75 or 10.5?