Originally Posted by Rzeppa
(1) 1.5" schedule 40 (or 80 if you want)
(2) After you get the steering arms off the top and the bearing retainer off the bottom (the hard parts), it's really easy to tap them out with a large pin punch. There will be a section on the inside (two for each race) where you can get the punch onto the shoulder of the race.
80 pivots nearly fall off once the nuts and hardware is removed! Don't forget to put a rag in the pipe so when the inner axle comes out it doesn't mash the splines on the cement floor!
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Originally Posted by Jacket
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Originally Posted by Red_Chili
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