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Old 10-28-2010, 01:28 PM
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Intermediate shaft front axle question

I am trying to pull the intermediate axle shaft out of the oil pan. I don't have the special slide hammer from GM to yank it out. Does anyone know the thread size of the thread on the end of the shaft that the slide hammer slides into?

GM special tool number: J45104

Do most slide hammer's come with this adapter that you buy in a store?
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I am trying to pull the intermediate axle shaft out of the oil pan. I don't have the special slide hammer from GM to yank it out. Does anyone know the thread size of the thread on the end of the shaft that the slide hammer slides into?

GM special tool number: J45104

Do most slide hammer's come with this adapter that you buy in a store?
If you do a search, there is a lot of good information on removing these shafts. If the 02 Bravada is similar to the 05 Trailblazer, striking the tripot joint from behind with a piece of rebar and a 5lb sledge has a pretty high success rate.
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Mike, what he's asking about isn't the CV shaft, it's the shaft that goes THROUGH the tube cast in the oil pan from side to side. That's got to be a metric threaded hole, but I'm not certain anybody's used it to remove the shaft.
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Mike, what he's asking about isn't the CV shaft, it's the shaft that goes THROUGH the tube cast in the oil pan from side to side. That's got to be a metric threaded hole, but I'm not certain anybody's used it to remove the shaft.
Ahhh, I apologize, misunderstood the question...
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