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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-29-2012, 04:48 AM Thread Starter
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rear shaft stuck.in diff

hey guys,,,,anyone have any ideas on getting the shaft cup out of the diff??? it started out by being a seal change.normaly the whole shaft pops right out of the diff but not this time....some help would be great,this things kikin my ass..lol
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I used to be gentle in trying to get those out in fear of damaging one, but then an experienced member on a different forum told me to just grab the shaft push in and then just yank on it. Popped right out after that. Just give it a good tug if you haven't done that yet.

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I used to be gentle in trying to get those out in fear of damaging one, but then an experienced member on a different forum told me to just grab the shaft push in and then just yank on it. Popped right out after that. Just give it a good tug if you haven't done that yet.
^ that's what I do. If that doesn't work you can pull the diff with axle and take apart, then pop it out from inside. Someone on here had to do that once.
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thanks guys,,someone told me today to push in in the shaft while pulling out on the cup and it slid right out.... makes no sence to me but it worked
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Will have to do same to get it back in. Releases retaining ring so it will go thru ID and lock from inside.

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yup, that quick little push in allows the clip to pop out of the groove and then it seems to pop right out.. glad you got it out

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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-01-2012, 06:09 PM
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i just took one out of a 400 kawaski 4-wheel drive all i did was shove in and pulled it out.i know this is not a kaw forum..........forgive me.

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