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· Token Black Fry
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yeah the driveshaft just slides out once you remove the four bolts for the carrier bearing and then four more from the flange that connects the shaft to the differential. there is also a small bar that acts as a driveshaft loop that should be removed (it makes things much easier) other than that the shaft slides backward right out of the transmission. no special tools needed.
 

· Token Black Fry
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i'll warn you, if you leave the tranny tail end down with the DS removed after about 3 days all of the oil will probably leak out, make sure you have some extra tranny oil. and it makes quite a mess too.
 
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