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just pull the shafts and a shop R&R the axle bearings.

but if youve got 2 pc factory axles its a good time to go ahead and get 1pc axles.

if the diff gears are in good shape and the bearings arent visibly broken or full of corrosion, id try some fresh lube and run it, then youll HEAR it if you have a bad carrier or pinion bearing.



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you can remove the hub/axle as an assembly, just remove the retaining plate behind the drum brake stuff it has 4 bolts, then you can remove the whoile shebang, might require some whacking with a sledge to free it but itll come out



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