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    ABS Rings

    How hard is it to remove them from stock (factory) rear axles? I have new axels but no ABS rings on them...pls lmk!


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    Pretty simple. Just heat up the ring and a couple of light taps with a dead blow. If it’s still being stubborn set the axle face first onto a bag of ice right after heating the ring.


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    Quote Originally Posted by justbob View Post
    Pretty simple. Just heat up the ring and a couple of light taps with a dead blow. If it’s still being stubborn set the axle face first onto a bag of ice right after heating the ring.


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    Thanks brother. Never attempted it but I'll give it a shot. Thanks!


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    Rear; Ford 8.8 in.; ABS Tone Ring; 3.6 in. Diameter; 35 Tooth; Installs onto axle shaft.

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    [QUOTE=fastblackmerc;1584674]Rear; Ford 8.8 in.; ABS Tone Ring; 3.6 in. Diameter; 35 Tooth; Installs onto axle shaft.

    Thank You, I may just get them new just Incase they don't budge!


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