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1988 Yamaha Big Bear 350 4x4 - Rear Axle

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I am in the process of putting a rear swing arm on an atv, and by the way it looks i have to pull the rear differential off the swing arm to get the spline shaft back into place on the differential that comes off the back of the transfer case.. Anyways i got the brake assembly off the hubs off and the two ring nuts and cant get the axle shaft to slide out of the rear differential, i am using a block of wood and a good size hammer and hitting the axle on the left hand side if you were standing behind the machine... can a guy try a press??? any help would be greatly appreciated...

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there isnt a snap ring holding that shaft on? i have the manual but never looked ... yamaha atv section if you need one, post #3

not that i can see.. and i do have the service manual for that atv, and it dont say any thing about a snap ring...

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i think maybe if its got a spline and no clip, you might have to beat it off ... would heat help do you think?

i would have to split the differentail to do any heating i think on the ring gear or bearings

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Got the axle out!! I put the swing arm back on the atv and the hub and nut and used a impact socket and sledge hammer and beat it out.. also took the differential off and noticed it needs a pinion bearing and seal, and it also looks like a person needs a special socket to get the pinion bearing out...

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