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U-joints in TTB

Going to do some work on my Uncles 1994 F-250 gasser. Doing brakes all the way around and he wants new u-joints throughout. I've never done u-joints in a TTB. I know the passenger inner axle is held in by a clip in the housing. How do the axles come out? Can the passenger side axle be seperated where the boot is? I have done hubs in a TTB, so I'm aware of the special socket. Just trying to figure out how to remove the axles beforehand so downtime is minimized. Thanks.


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Also, is it a D50 axle?


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yes it's a d50 and yes the passenger side axle separates at the boot. pull the spindles off and pull out the axles. the passenger side will take wiggling.force to get it out of that joint.

i think. it's been a while

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yes it's a d50 and yes the passenger side axle separates at the boot. pull the spindles off and pull out the axles. the passenger side will take wiggling.force to get it out of that joint.

i think. it's been a while
Thanks. Gonna start on this thing today.


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