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Axle question?

I recently had a right rear axle boot rip so I tried to pull the axle out and I can’t do I just need to pull hared I’m just trying to make sure before I damage the carrier
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yeah getting it out can be a pain . I had to get a wedge in it then shock it really hard . you are fighting a snap ring that has to compress which is likely rusted . keep at it

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Get yourself a cup of java and then sit down and read this:

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Is there a clip that has to be removed before pulling axle out. Just got my 700 and want to grease the splines before they wear out. Tia
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Is there a clip that has to be removed before pulling axle out. Just got my 700 and want to grease the splines before they wear out. Tia
No not before, but there is a circlip on the end of axle.

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So basically just remove wheel,shock and knuckle then pull cv joint out of diff?
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I think you also need to unhook the sway bar. And it's more of a pry apart, than pull.

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