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Front Diff And Half Shaft Question

When installing front axle half shafts are they made to just slide in? Or is there a clip inside the carrier?

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i would imagine they'd slide into place after u get the splines lined up and would be retained by the spingle...only axles i seen with a C-Clip retention is on rear axles (ford 8.8, GM 10 bolts, etc...) or the ford TTBs (least on the fullsizes).
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They slide in. They will sort of 'snap' into place, but there is no retainer.
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