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Trying to get my rear axel out of diff should I take the radiator out to give me room to put my pry bar in to pop it out what is everybody doing

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The axle has to come out perfectly straight. Any off center prying and the snap ring will not compress. I use 2 private exactly opposite each other. Wiggle them back and forth it should pop out. Sometimes they require some persuasion to come out. One time I even had to get axle apart weld a bracket to bell and use a slide hammer. Sometimes you just get lucky

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Trying to get my rear axel out of diff should I take the radiator out to give me room to put my pry bar in to pop it out what is everybody doing

If I read this right, you need to pop you CV off, I just use a 3' nail bar between the CV and Diff and that works well for me. In the field, I have used the tire iron that I welded an 18 mm socket to.

Kinarfi

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