Sorry bout that, save it for the pinion gear in case you may need it. As for the Carrier Bearings, just replace the cups and bearings, do not disturb or mix the shims as the pack is likely thicker on one side. They are ground to the same tolerance and if the stars are shining in your favor, they will retain the preload and backlash adjustment. You will note a relief on either side of the case, if you are careful, you will be able to remove each bearing with a long tapered punch, and replace the same way. Just be cautious and do not let the tapered punch contact the bearing cage when driving them. If I were closer I would do it for you with the Jeep Tool Set I have. The job is not as hard as it appears.If the differential goes in without having to force it, the preload is likely insufficient and you will have to remove both bearings and shims and start the procedure as shown in your manual.
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