You may recall on my return from the early 90's 300 Meet in Bend, OR in my '66 300, the left rear wheel bearing went south. I was towed into Weed, CA to a service station where we quickly replaced the bearing. However, we could not get the axle fully into the center block. Several hours was spent trying to fish out the pin with a magnet. We finally pulled the differential and found that the pin had dropped out but not far enough to allow the axle to seat. We replaced the pin and placed a generous amount of grease in the hole and on the pin so that it would not fall out while replacing the differential. Worked just fine. The axle was replaced and I was on my way.
Hope this helps.
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