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JJ MARSHALL

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JJ MARSHALL

started removing the differential on my 7018 simplicitythis morning.

7018 axle 002.JPG

i removed the axle collar.and then the outer part of the hub.then the washer & lock ring

7018 axle 001.JPG

is there something else to take loose ?the hub will only move about 3/16 of inch when i try to tap it off.i read the instruction several times.am i missing something?JJ

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Brettw

The differential itself is the item with the 8 bolts on the inner part of it, and 6 on the outer flange of it. Is this is what you mean by the hub? If so, those 8 bolts all go through the differential assembly and a hub on the rear of that assembly. They have to come out to remove the differential. Leave the outer ring of 6 bolts and the outside flange in place, they hold both halves together as each of the 8 bolts has a gear and spring associated with it, alternating on opposite sides, internally.

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RayS

If you are trying to remove the axle shaft you will have to remove the differential. In your top picture you can see the gear inside the differential. It has two keys that hold it in place. The axle will not slide out the other side with the keys in place.

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rokon2813
quote:Originally posted by JJ MARSHALL

do you have take the differential apartto get it off the axle?JJ


id="quote">
id="quote">No, take the nuts off the back of the 8 bolts, and the diff will slide off as a unit.Leave the bolts in it though, or the gears will fall out of place.That unit by the way has been apart before I think. Every one I have ever taken off has the nuts on the outside, not the inside.A hint for the ones with the nuts on the outside.I take an extra bolt, remove one nut and push the old bolt out with the extra, then use the one you pushed out to do the next one. This gets the bolt heads to the outside, so when you remove the diff the bolts can stay in and it doesn't fall apart.Not sure why they put the bolts in from the back at the factory, makes more sense from the front

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OrangeMetalGuy

I'll throw in my usual caution to stuff a small rag inside the bottom of the open differential case below the axle, so the keys don't fall in there. Hard to get them out without disassembling the diff if they do.

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