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Old 11-25-2007, 02:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I cant figure out how to disassemble the rear carrier I cant get the rubber boots out, i have removed the snap rings and the rubber wont budge any help would be great. im trying to replace the carrier bearings.
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Old 11-25-2007, 04:13 PM   #2 (permalink)
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The axle is notched and the boot has a groove that slides into it. So once the snap ring is removed it is a matter of just "prying" the boot off of the groove in the axle.
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i took the snap ring off and the cv boot clamp off and pulled and tryed prying on the boot but it would not move, I slid the boot out of the groove on the axel towards the tire but wouldnt budge so i will try harder now that I know i was doing it right.
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well i used a big redneck rock and got the boots off but now cant get the little rings off that hold the cv joints from comming out is there a trick that i need to know?
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If it is the same as the rings that are on the hummer half shafts I just used a heavy screw driver.
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ok Im still having trouble getting this thing apart can anyone send me the part of the manual that explains how to disassemble the carrier my email is card_man13@yahoo.com this would be a big help
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i'll check it tonight and send tomorrow,unless someone beats me to it
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Steps to disassemble the inner boots: #1- Place the housing in a suitable holding fixture. (apparently they want the entire assembly to be removed from the quad) #2- Remove boot clamps from their locations. #3- Remove inner boot retaining rings from the rear housing.( pic shows them using a large screwdriver) #4- Remove both inner boots by pulling outward on boot. A large blunt prying tool may be required to break the sealing area.( again with the large screwriver) Note:Inner CV boots are sealed to housing. boot damage may result. #5- Remove the CV ball cage retaining rings. (once again with the large screwdriver) #6- Remove the inner CV joints and shaft assemblies from the carrier housing. Note: Inner CV joint parts are not replaceable. Order new hub assembly if damaged beyond serviceable condition.
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Skipping the disassembly of the Cv joints and picking up at step: #11- Before pressing the brake and sprocket hubs apart, remove the sprocket hub snap ring. #12- Using special tool PN PA-48282, press the rear hub assembly apart to access the carrier bearings. #13- Using a suitable holding fixture, press or tap the carrier bearings out of the opposite end of each housing. NOTEo not reuse the bearings if removed.
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