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Old 21-May-2006, 02:45 PM
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ok this is my driver side axle the part before the clip that goes in the tranny is i guess worn out or is it suppose to be like this? and if its like this can i still use the axle? and if the clip/spring is loose i would have to replace them rite?
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Old 21-May-2006, 05:18 PM
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thats ****ed up.
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need a new one.
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Old 05-Jun-2006, 09:15 PM
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hey ok i tried freakin everything and i cant get the axles to pop in (i got new ones) should i put them in the hub first and then in the diff and try it that way or just put it in the diff and then once its poped in put it in the hub assembly? &(^^*&*(*()(^*%%( [beeeeeeeeeeeeeeep] ne tips?
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wheres the other half??
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Old 05-Jun-2006, 10:41 PM
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wat other half? huh? new axles...not going in the diff...they are not sitting properly...i can pull them out with my hand. i try to push as hard but nope...
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Old 05-Jun-2006, 11:23 PM
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that axel is messed up
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Old 05-Jun-2006, 11:34 PM
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yes it is...but i have replaced it with a "new" one and its still not going into the tranny.
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Old 06-Jun-2006, 01:38 AM
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sometimes u gotta give it a love tap to get it to pop in
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Old 06-Jun-2006, 10:54 AM
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love tap?
sometimes they like it rough
push it in as far as it wil go then try jaming er in
just make sure it clicks in twice or else youl spit it out on a corner
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Old 06-Jun-2006, 11:06 AM
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When using a love tap, don't be scared. I would rather hit it twice hard then a 20 times softly.

The trick I use is put the shaft in the tranny and then line it up in the spindle. Pull the spindle out and let it swing on the upper control arm and then use the enitre spindles weight and momentum to push it in.

Hope that make sense.
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aight thanks i'll try it and yes i konw i've messed up both axles on a corner...
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that pic looks like it wasn't inserted all the way and someone tried to drive it.

your new axle, just pound it. make sure the splines are lined up (just keep jamming it in till you can't turn it freely), and then just get a 2x4 and a small sledge, and give 'er. I just did my buddy's axles about a month ago, forgot how much of a pain in the **** they can be lol
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heyy newman :thumbsup: it actually worked and everyone thanks for the input (nogood jK) lol no really thanks
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