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depends on which one your changing and condition of the skid. worst are the rear axle ones, second would be the mid tunnel upper crosshaft. the rest will come off individually or with a crosshaft. sometimes a press will be your friend. skid in or skid out? there are some tricks.
 

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depends on which one your changing and condition of the skid. worst are the rear axle ones, second would be the mid tunnel upper crosshaft. the rest will come off individually or with a crosshaft. sometimes a press will be your friend. skid in or skid out? there are some tricks.
awsome its the one in the rear lol
 

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remove the axle nut. one side takes 17mm, the other side is a 19mm. next, loosen the track adjusters. you need a deep 14mm socket for this. rotate the track so the adjusters are accessible through the track windows. tip: count the number of turns carefully and use this number later to aid in tesion and alignment. spray the axle with penetrating oil and pay attention to the spacer configuration. some have 4 wheels, others have 3. drive the axle out without damaging threads. now you have access to the wheels. good luck.
 
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