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removing the pig?

ok im doing a 6inh lift one my truck and going to 35's im gonna re-gear and put new u joints in the axle shafts, my question is how do you remove the pig and the axle shafts? cuz i also want to paint the beams while i have it apart now, ne help wud be appreciated.
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The "pig"?
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The "pig"?

the front diff....
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with the driverside radius arms off,

-remove the hubs, rotors, spindles
-take out the bolts that are in the front of it
-pull the passanger side axle out of the steering knuckle........take the vertical bolt out of the diff....make sure you have someone or something supporting it so it doesn't fall.....

that is just about it...
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