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Unread 07-17-2013, 06:22 PM   #1
AZ_Jeeper
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Order or process of removing D35 on 95 XJ!!! Help!!

Hi everyone I am new to the forum world, figured i would give it a try seeing as how im hitting a wall on the internet searching... I guess you tube does NOT have everything.

Im trying to remove the D35 rear axle on my 95 Jeep Cherokee and install the D35 from my 96 XJ.

Should just be an easy axle swap im sure but im just curious what the best order of events when it comes to un bolting the rig. And if there are any special tools or reccomendations to make the process easier on myself. Ill be single handedly ATTEMPTING THIS TASK SO ALL THE VERBAL HELP IS GREAT!!

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