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Old 10-30-2007, 08:26 PM
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I have a drift pin that was made from an old 3/8 drive extention that would fit through one of the axel retaining bolt holes and I would hit it with a 3 lb or larger hammer , this wouldwork for all but the toughest ones . When that didn't work I would rent a puller . But on the other hand Advance Auto and many of the others will lend you the tools if you buy their parts .
just another thougt use a peace heavy about 6 ft fasten it to the axel on one stud slide a tire iron through a link on the other end and whip the chain

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