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Rear diff assembly question

Recently swapped one of my axles, putting it all back together and i can't get the two spider gears that go on the top and the bottom back in, does anyone know if i need to unbolt the other axle? (driver side) or any information at all.
First time exploring the rear end and i could use some help. Thanks.
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rear diff

They will go right in, it may take a few hands and more than one try , line them up opposite of each other and slowly turn ring gear by hand,soon as you get it line d up put pin back in
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