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*Origionally posted by jwmullins79*

First step take off the tire off. 17mm socket and a rachet.

Step 2 take off the spindle using a 30mm wrench or socket and ratchet.



Step 3 take off the upper A-Arm using a 14mm and 17mm wrench.



Step 4 remove the shock using a 14mm and 17mm wrench.



Step 5 remove the knuckle using a 14mm and 17mm wrench.



Put a pry bar behind the edges of the hub and pop the hub out of the differential.



Push the new axle into the differential. You may have to tap it on the end with a hammer to get the ring to set inside the diff. Reinstall the knuckle, shock, hub, and tire.


This is what happened to Lindsey's Grizz's axle. The axle it'self is fine, but the cage and ball bearings inside, well can't say the same. Here's what's left of it.





Final step take bike on test ride.

 

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not sure they sold it 2 years ago. I think it was an 06
 
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