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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old Yesterday, 04:24 PM Thread Starter
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I’m having trouble

How do remove a 2018 Honda rancher cage on the axle after I got the ball bearing and all that off I have been stuck on this for 2 hours
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Front axle or rear axle? IRS or SRA? What is the model number/letters of your Rancher?


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It’s is a 2018 420 rancher with its but it’s the right front axle
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I meant IRS* not its 😂
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This attachment was taken from a 2014 service manual, but your 2018 disassembly should be similar.

You can find that manual here:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...JU?usp=sharing
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yea But the question is there a ring inside that cage I have pull for it to come off or do I just pull the whole cage off with a three prong puller thanks tho I will look these down later
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I don't have any 420s , pretty sure they are all made the same , on my 450s an 300s only one side has a retainer ring , so it only comes apart on one side ----- I don't know why you are taking it a apart , maybe change a boot , clean it out and regrease , but any ways , I have found it easier and better to just get a new axle , they are cheap enough now days , I have been using Sixity axles , they come in two qualities , I have been buying the better ones , have never broke one yet and have about 3 years on the first 450 axles I bought , and I ride a lot in nasty stuff
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Not sure I am following what you are trying to do but I think you are asking about taking the cv joint apart?
Most of them do have a snap ring inside the cup that you have to take out then the cup will slide off. But I have seen a couple of 420 axles that there is a ring staked in place and no way to get them apart. I haven't worked on a 2018 so not sure what you have. But the one axle I came across that had the staked in ring in it that I couldn't get apart was on a 2011 with IRS
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think I’m just gonna try to pull off with a three prong puller and see what happens
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well if anyone one y’all can tell me something by seeing it just comment your Facebook or something so I can send a picture of what I’m talking about
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