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C-clip stuck in yoke

Hey guys! I'm somewhat new to Jeeps. I'm trying to replace my u-joints and managed to break the c-clip in the yoke. I managed to get one side out but the other side there's no longer any tabs to take the c-clips out. I've tries wd-40/PB blaster, flame torching it, hammering it out with a screw driver, etc. I just can't figure out how to get the c-clip out. Any suggestions would be great! Thanks!

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