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Old 07/17/17, 12:47 PM   #7
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Pull the u-joint. Then pull out the cap at the end of the yolk, then use a bar down the center and push out the splined end from the yolk. Assuming you have access to a press and maybe a bearing splitter for support on the press. You will likely have to tack weld the old cap in place or make a new end cap. Make sure you mark the yolk and the shaft so you can put them back together. Either that or chain both ends of the driveshaft and use a port a power to pull them apart.

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