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Old 06-11-2007, 09:20 PM
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97 f-150 diff. remove the pinion gear??

hi guys, its a 97 ford f-150, im disasembling the rear end, i have the carrier and axles out and im trying to remove the pinion shaft, i revoved the companion flange and oil seal, but it doesnt want to come out, i even tried heating the inner race of the bearing to pound it out, nothing. did i do everything right or am i missing a step?? thanks alot guys...i know its not a hot rod but u've helped me out alot with my trans am, just hoping theres a ford guy out there...

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Old 06-11-2007, 09:45 PM
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Some times the pinion gear must be driven out (back) with a hammer and brass drift punch.... be careful, the teeth edges are sharp
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I rebuilt a 98 Bronco axle last week and spent an hour beating the pinion out with a five pound sledge. The threads on the pinion were killed but I was replacing the ring and pinion anyway. For some reason, the 8.8 will get rust between the outer bearing cone and the pinion stem. Heating the cup and spraying with oil should help.
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