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    Hey guys,
    I know its been asked a trillion times here but, How do you axles out that seem to be stuck. Got one side out but the other isnt wanting to budge. Is there any tricks to it. Lend some tips.

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    chuck on the drum reversed spray some form of lube all over and pull like you mean it/ woblle, had the problem bout 2 weeks ago, worked a treat

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    ^exactly what i was gunna say. and you can do the nuts like halfway up and try and use the drum like a slide hammer if that doesn't work.

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    ah yeah, forgot to add that, smack the absolute schmestser out of it!

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    already tried reversing a rim on it and using like a slide hammer. Then tried using a steel rod through the axle bolt holes and a big hammer but it still wouldnt budge. Thinking of just welding the center in there now, or is that a big no, no?

    Alex

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    forgot this, i ended up wedgeing a crow bar behind the reversed drum and the actual diff bit and pulled like fuck, popped out, but you have to be massive like me

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    get a slide hammer man i had 2 came out in 2 shots lol mine was seized in

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    i had the same problem- welded it while it was in. oil/degreaser caught on fire a couple of times but was allright... just cover up the bearings with foil.

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    I had a bent one in my JDM diff when I bought it, Had to slide hammer the bastard out, but the slide hammer I had only had a crappy hook, so I made me this with one of the old drums from a diff



    To hits and it was out.... I had spent an hour or more with just the drum and hammers then finally made this, should have done it from the start...lol

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    nice, would most definately save a lot of hassle

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