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Dana 44 TTB

Discussion in 'OffRoad Design' started by burton, Jun 27, 2001.

  1. burton

    burton Newbie

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    Does anyone know how to get the right axel shaft out of the diff housing?
    Thanks
    Joe
     
  2. Executioner

    Executioner 1/2 ton status

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    Someone told me there is a c-clip in there !
    Might not be so much fun to get to the c-clip, you may have to remove the case(pumpkin) from the twim beam.
     
  3. burton

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    yes I already checked for the c clip but couldn't find one. Supposivly it can be pulled out but I haven't had any luck. There is also a slip yoke on it and I can't pull the axel out of that either. Is there any way I could get a slide hammer on it? Any suggestions are more than welcome because I am out of ideas.
    Thanks,
    Joe
     
  4. 90blzr

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    Try posting this on the main board. It will get answered with alot better responses and quicker. Dont mind Executioner, he likes to mess with people. I think he REALLY knows his stuff, but since a little "arguement" a while back he has been bitter and doesnt want state what he knows, so he just gives some crazy @ss answers and play these little games. Anyways, put it on the main board and they will be glad to lead you in the right direction.
     
  5. burton

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    Well I finally got the damm thing out. I had to get a bolt that threaded into the end of the axel shaft and attach a slide hammer to it to get the slip shaft apart. Those things are great. Then I had to hammer the stub shaft out. What a pain. That stupid bearing is pressed onto the axel keeping me from replacing the little seal. Guess I will have to take it to the shop.
    Thanks a lot guys,
    Joe
     

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