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how to remove axel shaft(amc 20)

some of you may remember I am getting ready to put in the one-piece axels in the back end.
I got to playing with it tonight and what should I use to pull out the shaft? a slide hammer? I removed the four bolts and the two plates that cover the bearing but I can't pull the shaft out by hand.
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Re: how to remove axel shaft(amc 20)

read the post that i gave you when you originally asked.. i told you that you should put the brake drum ob backwards and thread 3 lugs on a couple threads... use the drum as a big slide hammer. if it is pesky, thread the whole tire and rim on a bit and use that as a slide hammer

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