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How to Dis-assemble 9" Ford Rearend

What are the steps I need to take to remove the center member and axles ? The rearend is out of the vehicle and sitting on blocks.

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What are the steps I need to take to remove the center member and axles ? The rearend is out of the vehicle and sitting on blocks.
You need to unbolt the axle retainers located behind the axle flange. There are 4 bolts that hold the retainer onto the housing. Once you remove the 4 bolts, you can pull the axles out. Depending on how tight the bearings are fit into the housing, you may have to tap the axles out with a deadblow hammer. Once you have the axles out, you remove the nuts holding the center section in and then you can remove it.
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You need to unbolt the axle retainers located behind the axle flange. There are 4 bolts that hold the retainer onto the housing. Once you remove the 4 bolts, you can pull the axles out. Depending on how tight the bearings are fit into the housing, you may have to tap the axles out with a deadblow hammer. Once you have the axles out, you remove the nuts holding the center section in and then you can remove it.
Thank you, fifteen minutes and it was apart .....

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removable carrier axles such as these 9" and the old eaton ho52 and h072 are simple like this,
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