help on r&r of submerged bearings on drive axles

Asked by Feb 26, 2013 at 01:19 PM about the Toyota T100

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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What, in the pumpkin? You are going to have to remove BOTH axles, and drain the 80W-90 (if thats your axle lube) if it's set-up like a chevy, there are clamps holding the bearings in. if Toyota elected to press them in, a porta-power can pop them out. you will have to make it NOT submerged anymore.

that 66 chevy (who became my obsession) had fussy shims that went behind the bearing for full contact of the differential -moving part....wonder if Toyota ALSO uses crazy shims to put the drive train free of play?

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