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...-350 transsmission stub shaft how to remove and replace it with 2'' longer stub shaft I have 2 transsmission 1 stub shaft is 2" longer then the other stub shaft is affixed from inside the ...

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...stub axle? The simple answer is YES. You will need to remove brake drum / hub and inner and outer wheel bearings. This allows access to the retaining bolts. Although a little tricky___You should now ...

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...stub in the tank, replace the line--remove the remaining piece of line from the stub. Use extra-long 'hemostat' clamps (available from Harbor Freight tools) to work the tube onto the stub. If the old ...

Question about 1999 Escort

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...transmission and inboard CV stub, and gently pry outward in a couple places, until the axle pops out. Place a drain pan under the inboard stub, and remove it. Installation is the reverse of

Remove hub and bearing to stub axle retaining nut. Disconnect hub bolts then remove hub and bearing assembly from steering knuckle by sliding it straight off end of stub axle. If metal seal on hub and

...remove hub and bearing to stub axle retaining nut. dislodge inner CV stub shaft retaining ringon transaxle assembly. insert small pry bar between transaxle case and inner CV joint by prying on ...

Question about 1997 Concorde

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...remove the axle stub retaining nut, disconnect the lower ball joint, disconnect the tie rod end, pull the spindle out and away from the axle stub tapping on the end of the stub if necessary with a ...

...out of the transaxle of my 97 vw jetta removing the trans to put new clutch in axle unbolts and is removed but there is a stub there that is against the flywheel how does that stub come

...apply a drop of Cyanoacrylates glue i.e. "Crazy Glue" to a suitable stick / pin / rod / or the original remaining key, stick it to the broken stub, allow it to harden, and remove the broken

Question about 1994 Trooper

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...stub axles, remove the cotter pin nut and drive out the pin, remove the welch plug on the top of the king pin and with a drift drive the pin through the axle, press the old bushes from the stub axle ...

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