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Sep 29, 2014 - 11:44 AM
If you do choose to do so you will need to have the trailer level side-to-side, front to back and remove all weight from the axle. Behind the hub, on the swing arm, there is a large bolt that needs to be loosened. The clamp will need to be spread to allow the swing arm to slide off the axle spline.
Most times it will require a puller of some type to be used to get this off the spline. Before removing the swing arm mark a spot on the arm and the spline for reference. You will need to count the # of teeth you move this from the mark and ensure the other side is the same so that the weight is even side-to-side. Also make sure when putting them back together, they are both seated the same so they are in alignment so you don’t have tire wear issues.