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|I was able to do this in the garage, with out a press. I was able to use a large vise and/or hammer and large punch to seperate the u-joints. I used a puller and impact wrench to pull the yoke and bearing off the front shaft.|
|On the left, the new center bearing, note the cap mounted
zirc fitting in u-joint.
To the right, the shaft assembly, ready to go. In the upper right, you see my fancy parts washer, cleverly disguised as a tomato sauce can.
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