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1992 Big Bear 4x4 Rear swing arm install

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I am trying to reinstall the rear swing arm on my 92 Big Bear, after replacing swing arm Brgs. and swing arm boot.  I am having problems realigning the drive shaft with the rear output shaft of the trans. Once I get it close there is no room for my fingers to slide it on. does anyone have any tips they can share with me. 

Thanks a lot

George

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