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Old 01-25-2019, 08:23 PM
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Originally Posted by STOCKSILVER02 View Post
I'm a little confused lol....There is a front differential which houses the 2 front cv axles. From there, there is the front driveshaft which hooks up to the front part of the transfer case. From the transfer case, there is the rear driveshaft that hooks up to the rear differential which houses the rear axles. If its the front CV Axle, don't be shy. Carefully hit it with a big hammer at the end of a big flathead and it should free up enough to pull out. DO NOT hit the seal as it will damage it.


Thank you. It will be the front CV Joint. We will try again tomorrow in the daylight. I appreciate your help here.


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