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How to remove carrier assembly on driveline with with slip not fixed!

I have a bad u joint at the rear diff and I am going to change all three along the driveshaft however I want to replace the carrier bearing at the same time since I will have extra hands to help but I am confused on its removal. All the pictures and videos I have seen have a lock nut holding on a yoke right near the carrier but mine is a slip assembly like the top one in this link having the boot right next to the carrier and not the yoke and u joint. I need to have all tools in line and would like to visualize how this comes apart and how I will be able to pull the bearing. Thanks.

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ya me too. Was scratch'n my head, when mine didnt have the torque nut. Anywho, remove the snap clamp and removethe boot with the axle. With bearing exposed then, either cut it off or, ya, nothing...cut it off, and havethen, a same size diameter pipe that will hammer on the i.d. of bearing, installing the new one.

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I am pulling the entire drive line down so I will be taking the flange off at the transfer case to use my u joint press in the vise for all three down the drive line so if I am reading your response correctly then they will slip from one another once the boot is removed and separate into two pieces giving me access to the bearing that you recommend cutting off...correct?

You don't by chance know the torque setting at the rear differential for the strapping that holds on to the rearmost u joint do you? I found the transfer case number for that flange but cannot find the rear numbers.

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