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Default Taking off what is left of the Pinion barring.

I have the 2006 dodge ram 1500 mega cab 4x4, the pinion barring went out on it awhile ago, and its been parked till I had the time, well I dropped the front drive shaft and took the yoke off an yada yada, I am at the point were I can see what is left of the barring but I do not know how to get the barring off and put the new one on? any help would be grate, thanks!
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You have to remove the differential to get at the front and rear pinion bearings.

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NOTE: The ring and pinion gears are service in a matched set. Never replace the ring gear/pinion gear without replacing the other matching gear. 1.Mark pinion flange and propeller shaft for installation alignment.2.Disconnect propeller shaft from pinion flange and remove propeller shaft.3.Remove axle shafts.4.Remove differential from housing.5.Place differential case in a vise with soft metal jaw protectors6.Remove bolts holding ring gear to differential case.7.Drive ring gear (2) from differential case (1) with a soft hammer (3).


<A xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> 8.Hold pinion flange (1) with Flange Wrench 8979 (2) and remove pinion flange nut and washer.


<A xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> 9.Remove pinion flange (1) from pinion with Pinion Flange Puller 8992 (2).


<A xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> 10.Remove pinion gear (1) from housing with Pinion Driver 8976 (2) and a hammer.
NOTE: Thread drive on shaft until it bottoms out. 11.Remove pinion seal with a slide hammer or pry bar.12.Remove and discard front pinion bearing.13.Remove collapsible spacer from the pinion shaft.


<A xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> 14.Remove rear pinion bearing with Puller C-293-PA (1) and Adapters 8879 (4).15.Remove pinion depth shim from the pinion gear shaft and record thickness of the shims.16.Remove front pinion bearing cup from the housing with a punch and hammer and discard cup.17.Remove rear pinion bearing cup from the housing with a punch and hammer, if bearing is replaced.
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