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Default Removing a 2010 m8 diamond drive? Help needed!

So my diamond drive exploded the other day and im trying to take it out/apart to see what i need for parts. I have the secondary off and the outer cover that holds the two gears. Ive read that i need to take the long bolt out from the brake side but there doesnt seem to be a bolt head in the shaft... if anyone has taken out a DD of this sled your help would be greatly appreciated! Pictured attached hard to see but what you think is/should be a bolt inside the shaft is not.
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looks like the bolt is missing.
undo all the bold holding it in and take 2 pry bars and start working it off the bulkhead. this is the row of bolts just outside of the T30 bolts used to hold the cover on.
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How much force is required to get it out i got it to move a little but it still feels like theres a bolt
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you need a long extension with a 17mm socket I believe to take the bolt out on gear side, that holds drive shaft to diamond drive.
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you need a long extension with a 17mm socket I believe to take the bolt out on gear side, that holds drive shaft to diamond drive.


You mean from the brake side right? Gear side would be the DD SIDE.
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You mean from the brake side right? Gear side would be the DD SIDE.
You are correct... The bolt is on the gear side... but you access it from the brake side. Some of my DD's popped right off... others required some swearing and bleeding. After that many years, it could put up a good fight!
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You mean from the brake side right? Gear side would be the DD SIDE.
yes you have to access it from the right or brake side, also a ford axle nut tool will work to take off large nut on brake side.
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Unless you're pulling the track leave the brake and everything in place the diamond Drive can come out without taking all that out
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You can even rebuild it in the sled as long as the output gear which is the one attached to the drive shaft and the output gear bearing aren't damaged you can rebuild everything else from the other side
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