Looking at the service manual it indicates that a bearing splitter and a slide hammer is required. Apparently there is a small clip that holds the inner joint into the front diff. While doing some googling I found one link that said to push the axle as far in as possible, then give a good yank to unseat that clip. Is that good/bad? I'm not against buying tools but if it's a one time use thing... Theoretically I could always try, and if I fail, just buy the tools and try again some other weekend. 1994 Suzuki LT4WD quadrunner. Both inner cv boots are torn so the plan is to reboot both.