Interesting day on the trail today. Made a trip up to a trail west of Denver (2hrs away) to do some wheeling. My rear 10b decided it had enough of this wheeling stuff. Anyway, I blew up my rear diff along with the rear driver side axle shaft. Now my truck is sitting up on a trail and I had to get a ride 2 hrs to my house (thanks firefighter184 /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif). Any ideas how to get it off the trail. I have to go about 5 miles (90% easy dirt 10% mild rocks). I am thinking my best bet is too disconnect the rear driveshaft, plug the np241, and drive out in front wheel drive. My question is, how can I keep the axle from sliding out. Is my only solution to drive a couple hundred yards, lift truck, push wheel/axle back in. It will take forever! I only need to get it off the trail and closer to the road for a tow truck. Please /forums/images/graemlins/1zhelp.gif, any ideas! Also, whatever damage may result to the rest of the 10b doesn't matter. I have a 14bff in the garage, almost ready to go on the truck.