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Bent my stock axle yesterday and I want to get this thing ripped apart and ready for my new x-33. Anybody know the procedure for removing and installing the axle. I ordered a service manual, but it wont be here for a while, and I have no idea how to get it apart. Any help would be appreciated, and probably save me alot of swearing. The new axle will be here tomorrow and I've gotta get this thing going by saturday. Thanks in advance
Judging from the lack of response, and due to the fact your undertaking a serious mechanical job. Save yourself alot of trouble and drive down to the dealer and buy a service manual. If your rebuilding the rear axle now, what are you going to be doing 6months or 1year down the road? I've only taken the rearends off of a honda 300 fourtrax, but it's a shafty. Basically take the rear wheels off, disassemble rear brakes, take the bearing that's opposite the side of the brakes/cog and the whole assembly should slide out, I know it's Suzuki and not Honda, but like automobiles I don't think there's a whole lot of difference between manufacturers.