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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-15-2005, 01:28 PM Thread Starter
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How to get off front output shaft yoke on NP241C?

Hey guys,

I asked a while ago how to get off the front driveshaft on my 91 k1500. I needed to get that off because I wanted to change my front output shaft seal on my T-case. I have all the tools to get that nut off that holds the yoke on but my problem is the nut. I can't get it to budge one bit. It's not reverse threaded is it? I tried everything possible short of air tools and 2 hands doing it and nothing. I've even let it sit with WD-40 and nothing overnight.

Just wondering how the HELL you get that dumb nut off? I can't fit a torque wrench in there to tighten it correctly but I can get close to the right torque possibly using an extension. I just need to know how to get that stupid 28mm nut off that holds the yoke to the front of the T-case.

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 04-15-2005, 11:56 PM
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Re: How to get off front output shaft yoke on NP241C?

I think it's just torqued on to about 150 ft lbs. Kinda like a lug nut. I just used a half inch drive breaker bar on the one on our np203.
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