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Help Removing Pinion Yoke - GM 10-Bolt

Ok, I finally got the pinion nut off. Big deal right?

Anyway, now I can't get the yoke off. It's basically just "stuck" on there. Been there since 1972. I tried hammering the pinion shaft inward to break it loose from the yoke. No luck. I don't want to damage it or the threads.

How about using a puller? That would probably work, but are there pullers for pulling yoke's? I've used lots of pullers but never seen one for a yoke.

any suggestions.



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Old 11-10-2006, 07:51 AM
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2 jaw puller

try a 2 jaw puller. you can borrow them from autozone or advance auto. Youll probabally need to get one wit hlonger arms, Its not good to beat on the pinion too much.

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Use a harmonic balancer (two hole) puller. DO NOT beat on the flange.
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