Axle u-joints are tough to do, especially if they're old. There are ways to make it easier, but it's hard to describe in writing. Typical tools are a vice, some sockets (used as punches), and a 5lb mini-sledge. Your other option is to use a press tool, like a balljoint remover/installer.
It may be worth your while to take them to a place like Driveline Services and pay a few bucks each to have the guy there do them for you...
thank I go the old one out with a lot of hitting. net to pu the newon in and of course it was tewrng one. So went back to the parts store got te new ones and 20 bucks (score) I have put the new one on the drive shaft yoke and can't seem to fidure out how to put the clips on. # weird looking ones that I can't see where tey go or the fourth one that is diffrent from the other 3 putstilldon't know where it goes.
I realize you were in a hurry to fix your rig, but you might want to take a second to read what you typed before you hit the "SUBMIT REPLY" box. I had a heck of a tyme tying tu reed yur post! :canadian