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Old 08-27-2012, 04:14 PM

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How to fix pinion bearings in 1989 dana 60

i bought a dana 60 from an 1989 f350. it has the king pin style. the front dana 60 pinion has a lot of slop in it. and i need to get it fixes asap as a truck pull is coming up soon that i wanna enter in. what is the easiest way of pulling out the inner axles, so i can get the carrier out to fix the pinion.
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Should be the same as the ball joint version. Remove hubs, remove spindles, pull shafts, pull carrier, pull pinion and beat the bearings out with a brass drift. It's not a easy thing to do and you will need to check backlash as the new bearing might change the depth slightly.
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