Sorry guys, I may have worded this funny. What I was asking (I checked behind my wheel and I know I can do this now, tnx anyways) was not if I should remove the HUB from the AXLE HOUSING but rather if I had to remove the HUB from the INNER AXLE SHAFT once REMOVED from the housing, know what I mean? Tnx for the replies, I have enough room to not have to pull the hub from the inner when it's removed, I have heard rumors of people who could not press the joints out because the hub covered part of the joint and prevented getting a vice on it.
My jeep has only ever killed 3 things, a cat, a deer, and my wallet. What's the problem officer?
1992 Red YJ. Lifted, locked, and loaded with beer (Disclaimer: This doesn't mean said driver endorses drinking and driving, please enjoy alcohol responsibly and do not operate any vehicle of any kind, thank you....)
Thanks to the price of gas here ($4.25 a gal) I just bought a mountain bike, 0" of lift, 0" of travel, MT's, locked rear axle, oh yeah, it's the sh#$.