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Hello, so you need to replace the wheel bearings? or axle bearings persay, if so have you started the job or just need the steps invloved?
Bear with me a little bit and I will send what I can, thanks
you need to remove the small screw that is holding the pinion shaft , meaning , remove that screw, then you have to turn the diff by hand to kind of line up things and then the shaft will slide out, Once that shhaft is out, you can then get to the C clips, Its a little hard to explain but will make more sense when you locate and remove that small screw that is holding the shaft you need to slide out, Then? you can get the axles out and pop out seal and bearings, Here is a link showing location of that small bolt, The picture shows the shaft removed
unsure, This was why I asked what you had done, The pin removed, push in on each axle and the clips slide right off, I have never had one on 37 years in which the c clips would not come off, They slide off easily so unsure why you cant get yours off, as long as you have pushed the axles inwards to expose the clips
nope, you can only push each in say 1/2 " jsut to expose the clips so they slid off the ends , you can do one side at a time or both in at same time, does not matter
unsure why you cant slide the clips off, I have never seen that, I will opt out and open the post to the other experts. One should be along soon to help, Save the rating for the expert that helps , Thanks
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