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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-18-2013, 11:27 AM Thread Starter
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bayou 300 4x4 CV HELP!

Whats up guys. Im replacing the wheel bearing and axle boots. How do i get the half shaft off the axle? I heard there was a circlip but i dont see one. What do i do???

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Are you sure you're on the right forum? What the hell is a Bayou 300?

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if the clip isnt visible, than its internal.
so its just a spring clip.

get the axle in a vice, and using a brass hammer smack the race a couple times. it should pop right off.

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Yes im on the right forum. Im in the offroad and atv section. A bayou is a four wheeler made by kawasaki and how do i get the axle out of front diff? Ive seen it done amd try seperating it and tapping around edges with a pry bar but i cant get it to pop out of differential

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You grab it and give a couple sharp tugs. Only one side of the shaft can be dissassembled, and it should have a circlip. The other side pulls across the length of it.

Of course I'm generalizing from a single example here, but everyone does that. At least I do.


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if it just slides into the diff, then you need pry it out.
using a larger screwdriver, or pry bar.
or even a large chisel, but used in such a way that is slides between the axle and the diff, to separate it.

usually popping it quickly is more affective than a continuous push.
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