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  1. NDT

    Axle Shaft removal for towing FMTV

    Yes at very low speed. The TM discusses this, better check before smoking a $4000 transmission.
  2. NDT

    Axle Shaft removal for towing FMTV

    See this thread: http://www.steelsoldiers.com/showthread.php?152218-Essential-Tools-to-have-for-an-FMTV-Add-your-02&highlight=puller
  3. NDT

    Axle Shaft removal for towing FMTV

    On FMTVs, it can be quite difficult to remove the U-joint caps due to them being rusted in place. You are supposed to use a $350 puller that most of us don't have. The rear driveline on LMTVs is hypersensitive to balance, so it's best not to pry on the yokes or use a sledgehammer to beat the...
  4. NDT

    Axle Shaft removal for towing FMTV

    On the rear axle, I pulled the axle shafts. You do this by removing the giant pipe plug with a pipe wrench (or appropriate socket if you have it), and inserting a 3/8 bolt into the end of the shaft and pull. Make sure you have a oil catch pan, especially if you are on a military base! Front...
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