>Has anyone ever been able to remove the large nut securing the pinion shaft
>on an early B differential?
I've seen a special tool used for this nut; it's a long bar, the end of
which has 2 holes for bolting to the U-joint mount, and a cutout between
the holes so the socket clears the bar. This allows you to hold the pinion
steady while attempting to break your fingers with the 2x4... sf
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