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I broke a birfield on top of a mountain and do not have any spares, can I remove the Birfield from the housing and drive it down without a left hand birfield or axle shaft or do I need to replace it for the vehicl to work?

I have an ARB up front so I would still have 3 wheel drive.

Any help greatly appreciated.

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You can, but be sure to stuff a rag in the hole where the axle shaft used to pass through the axle seal.

Also, 3wd is a very quick way to break the OTHER birf.
 

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Eskimo said:
You can, but be sure to stuff a rag in the hole where the axle shaft used to pass through the axle seal.

Also, 3wd is a very quick way to break the OTHER birf.

Thank you for the quick response, fortunately for me, it is all down hill, this trail is 3 miles of constant climbing and would be easy dry, but with 8 inches of snow and a warm day along with alot of smaller rocks it becomes near impossible to get a 4wd ATV up this sucker.
 

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Slowerthanu said:



Thank you for the quick response, fortunately for me, it is all down hill, this trail is 3 miles of constant climbing and would be easy dry, but with 8 inches of snow and a warm day along with alot of smaller rocks it becomes near impossible to get a 4wd ATV up this sucker.
And don't forget to replace with Longfields!!
 
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