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Horvik

Hello;

The differential seems to come off halfway and no more. Removed the right hand collar on axle, pulled deal out. Loosened the left collar so the axle slips to the left and removed the circlip on the right side.

Any help is appreciated

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Chris727

They tend to get hung up on burrs on the keys, if I recall. It took me quite a while to get mine off the 3410. The ring you mention is the one inside the differential correct?

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