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crying Right drive inboard joint removal

Hi to all, i'm italian and i need help for right drive shaft removal.
I read service manual page 434-435 but or i don't understand english very well or i have a something broken.....
This is my situation:
http://it.tinypic.com/r/34yee0w/8
http://it.tinypic.com/r/nzfwpd/8

I need to remove inboard joint.... please help me in easy english

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Smack it with a big hammer and a tie-rod removal tool, or pickle fork. Let me know if you understand that, And ve sure to line up forks with bolts on brake rotor to avoid damaging rotor.

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A link to my old thread....

https://www.club700xx.com/vb/showthre...+inboard+joint

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Smack it with a big hammer and a tie-rod removal tool, or pickle fork. Let me know if you understand that, And ve sure to line up forks with bolts on brake rotor to avoid damaging rotor.
Thanks very much for reply

- Where i must smack with hammer? In the joint???
- What it is tie-rod removal tool or pickle fork?
- What i must line up? I don't undestand

Sorry and thanks for help me!
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Thanks very much for reply

- Where i must smack with hammer? In the joint???

^^^^The end of the tie- rod removal tool^^^^^

- What it is tie-rod removal tool or pickle fork?

^^^^ http://www.summitracing.com/parts/kt...FcpcMgodYAYAAQ ^^^^^

- What i must line up? I don't undestand

^^^^Align the forks of the tie-rod tool with the allen bolt heads that hold the brake rotor on, before you hit with hammer! ^^^^

Sorry and thanks for help me!
no problem I hope this helps!

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You need to force it off.. you need to drive a wedge between the rear disc and part you want to remove..
Be very carefull what you lever against!
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Yeaaaaah i have removed it
In Italy i cannot found spare parts so i think will buy in U.S...... which are best site??
I have TRX700XX rev.B but i found only spare parts for TRX700XX rev. A , si the same??

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I,ve used this site for genuine parts.. A third of the euro price !!
Im sure others on here can give even better sites?
If you look at that diagram you may need parts 2, 8 and 16 ?

http://www.hondapartshouse.com/oempa...ear-driveshaft

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Thanks to all!!
For the rev. what you think?? I have rev.B, and you? The spare parts are the same of rev.A?

Thankssssssssss
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