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How do I remove the Differntial on 725? PICS

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When I split the transmission I never removed the differential. I want to get the large gear/shaft out of the transmission cover and to do that I need to remove the differential. I have gotten this far but what do I do now? In the one pic by the grease fitting I have removed the snap ring. What else is holding it on? I can't see another snap ring on the inside of the differential.






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MPH
There should be a snap ring behind a special washer that is cupped to go ever it infront of the big gear. Thinking you should be able to pull it off the right han, what's stopping it from sliding off now?d end of the axle to.

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It'll be a lot harder to do in the disassembled state of the transmission. There is nothing that "holds" the differential in place at this point other than the slight interferance fit of the parts. Removal of the differential is usually facilitated by a large soft-faced (lead or brass) hammer driving the diff off of the axle tube. The thing to maybe do here would be to temporarilily assemble the trans case so that the there is some dead weight to hit against. Otherwise you'll have to secure that half of the trans while driving the diff off. JMO Good luck! Marty I'm pretty sure that the bull gear only comes off in one direction and the diff needs to come off to replace the seal and/or bushing on that side of the axle tube.

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