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How do you remove the spider gears from the rear end of a 1975 Chevy Blazer?


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2011-09-12 20:35:09
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After U remove the cover-TURN the pinion gear assembly UNTIL U C A 5/16 inch bolt head--IT"S a PIN that goes through the gear housing 2 HOLD the retaining pin in place.Make sure the curved washers BEHIND the gears are put back in-they fall out easilyU have 2 turn the gear Housing until U can slide the bolt?Pin past the CAP Bolts.


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If you look at the carrier you will see a big pin that goe's through the spider gears and carrier. Turn the carrier around until you see a small bolt on the right side of it. Remove the bolt that is what holds the pin in the carrier. Then pull the pin out towards you. Then push the axel's in and the c-clips will fall out. Then put pin back in so the spider gears don't fall out.

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