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Need a better axle shaft remover #1076264 01/12/15 03:27 AM
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danz91crx Offline OP
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Was trying to pull the rear axle shafts on a 1990 Mitsubishi Montero. Removed the 4 bolts holding it to the axle housing and proceeded to attach my semi home made puller to the hub. I had a harbor freight blind hole bearing puller as my only slide hammer. I attached it to the hub with a piece of angle iron with 3 holes in it. Two hole on the outside for wheel studs across from each other to go through and on in the center to attach the 3lb slide hammer. After an hour of beating on it and it not budging I gave up. Even tried heating the housing a bit with propane torch. Any suggestions on what exactly I should get to do this right?


1990 LWB RS A/T
1990 LWB Base A/T
1991 LWB LS A/T Going...Going...
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Re: Need a better axle shaft remover [Re: danz91crx] #1076265 01/13/15 12:57 AM
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Is there a retainer in the diff that keeps the axle in place????

Re: Need a better axle shaft remover [Re: 4x4Wire] #1076266 01/13/15 07:51 AM
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No, they are suppose to come out when unbolted. Its got the cover/diff assembly on the front pinion side and there would be no way to get at retainers if it had them.


1990 LWB RS A/T
1990 LWB Base A/T
1991 LWB LS A/T Going...Going...
Re: Need a better axle shaft remover [Re: danz91crx] #1076267 01/13/15 10:13 AM
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Have you done a site search for hints others have posted? The Mitsubishi section does have several faqs that may help. There are several very knowledgable guys with Mitsubishi experience.

Re: Need a better axle shaft remover [Re: 4x4Wire] #1076268 01/13/15 07:39 PM
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Yeah, I did look and did a site search with google for a post also have the factory service manual. Looks pretty straight forward I think its just that I maybe need to use better tools. Like a 5-10lb slide hammer might work rather then my 3lb. I'll try asking in the Mitsubishi section

Thanks


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1991 LWB LS A/T Going...Going...

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