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Old 09-07-2013, 03:32 PM   #26
point78
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I still had part of the front axle attached to the stubs, so I just used a big ahead screwdriver and carefully pried it out.

They will come out-you don't need to open the transmission. Sometimes they can be hard to pop out, but it will come.

I've had one so stuck that I had to remove the other side first, then pound the stuck one out, from the other side, using a rod that will fit through the center & a big hammer.

Then pop out the seals, and stick new ones in.

Check to see if your male axles have the little spring c" clip, in a groove towards the end-then look at your stub when you get it out-the clip might stay in the center differential-which is fine as long as your axe doesn't have one already on it-don't want to try and stick axle in with 2 spring clips on it...
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Old 09-09-2013, 05:15 PM   #27
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2006 V7 Sti 6speed
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Ended up using the v7 axles.



Does anyone have the dimensions of the v7 sti drive shaft? Are they the same length as any other sti drive shaft? I would think so?

The one I received, they is label is V7 Sti but they had to force in in when it was at this angle \/. They hand to press the middle up and it wasn't easy.

And when they have it a try it made all sorts of grinding noise because it was so tightly fitting into the transmission.
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