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This is a discussion on half shaft removal within the Powertrain forums, part of the Tutorials & DIY category; whats the best way to remove right side drive shaft,works ine but boot is split and puking oil on down ...

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    whats the best way to remove right side drive shaft,works ine but boot is split and puking oil on down pipe.

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    There are several ways. None is best. I have used antiseize from the hub and out side after removing the retaining nut, loosened the suspension after marking the location of the camber bolts, and let a hammer do the talking. On the other end there is a lock pin that needs to be tapped free. This is probably not the best method but it's what I did.
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