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06 mule 3010 rear propshaft removal

Old 02-16-2019, 10:32 PM
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hey guys and gals, I need your help. I have a 2006 mule 3010 trans 4x4. I need to get to the flywheel cover so I can install an alternator, but Iím having issues. Per the manual Iím supposed to remove the nuts and bolts from the carrier bearing, and then the Phillips screw on the topside, then slide the bearing and shaft to the right and be able to seperate the shafts. However no matter which way I attempt it, the 1 1/2Ē of travel does not seem to be enough. The only way I can see being able to do this is to remove the floor pans, but this has been a Wisconsin vehicle so that means drilling out at least 10 bolts. Iíd like to avoid that if possible. Anyone have experience doing this? The manual is deceptive since they did it without the floors in. Liars! Anyway thanks for any help or tips, and I appreciate it.
Old 02-21-2019, 03:46 PM
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