Depends on the axle.... but if you got two tapered head screws out then it ~should~ come apart. Might try giving the carrier itself a smack towards it's outer perimiter. A light crack with a maul. There's also an o-ring on the carrier that might have some grip... but it should still slide off. Otherwise you've got problems inside. What was wrong with the axle that it couldn't be repaired? Usually king pines are a simple bearing and cup replacement.... Hate to use up the few good housings that are around if it's not absolutely necessary...
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