Thanks for the information Superchikn.
I have seen posts where people say that you can remove the driveshaft without having to remove both rear axles. I have also seen one that recommended removing the rear shocks and then moving the differential back and up to pull the driveshaft out of the motor. I sure hope I can get it out without having to remove both axles. Anyone else have any info or tips before I attempt this tomorrow?
2008 Camo Rhino 700 FI
26" Mudlite XTR's
4000LB Venom Hardcore Winch
UTV Crap Clutch Sheave/18G Greaseless Rollers
EPI Gold Spring
MSD Charge FI