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Old 08-31-2014, 12:50 PM
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Hello every body I have 56 rear end that I need to pull the axles.I have unbolted the flang but they still don't come out. And also it has a tag that has 41/11 is that a 411 ratio.

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3.73

I should come off
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Thanks for your reply.But I forgot to tell its not a 9" it has a back plate.

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You will need to use a slide hammer to pull the axles out
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Thanks for your reply.But I forgot to tell its not a 9" it has a back plate.

Its probably a Dana 44, stock...

Bigwin is correct use a slide hammer or a rim with the nuts flat with the bolt, and jank it
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thanks everyone I also have the 56 3 speed tranny & bell housing whats the newest motor that will work.

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Hello every body I have 56 rear end that I need to pull the axles.I have unbolted the flang but they still don't come out. And also it has a tag that has 41/11 is that a 411 ratio.

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That's 47 divided by 11 = 3.73

EDIT. I see this was already answered.
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Well I was hoping it was geared lower. I have all the running gear of this 1956 and I'm using it to build a tractor. But the motor was no good.Will a 60- 70 model motor work with the 56 tranny? If theres anyone in Arkansas that need some 223 motor parts your welcome to them. The bock and to pistons are bad but the rest is ok.

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