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Old 05-21-2009, 02:12 PM   #1
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Dana 44 question

Do I need a puller to remove the axle's from a rear dana 44, or does it just pull right out. Just want to make sure I have the right tools from the start

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Once you remove the four bolts located behind the brake drum or rotor that hold the axle shaft retainer plate to the flange, the axle shaft will pull right out.

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Yup, if it doesn't then you've got bigger problems.
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Yup, if it doesn't then you've got bigger problems.
Nothing like twisted axle shaft splines to make your day is there Jack.
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Nothing like twisted axle shaft splines to make your day is there Jack.
Exactly. Nothin like havin to use the old drum brake slide hammer. Lately I've been creating bent axle tubes instead of shafts.
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