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How to remove these u-joints (with pics)

Does anyone know how to remove these style u-joints? I see the driveshaft ones with the clips but I don't get how to remove these. These are front axle u-joints on a dana 35 ranger xlt 4x4, V6, 4.0l




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The snap rings or C-clips are on the bottom of each cap, instead of the top.

Pictures here: Understanding Universal Joints and Size Charts

Scroll down to picture just below picture of snap ring and C-clip

Also pictures here: http://www.therangerstation.com/Maga...t_snapring.htm

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