If there is no rust ridge holding it, you should be able to work it out with your fingers. Maybe freeze spray on the race to shrink it a bit would work work if it is stuck, I dunno.The inner bearing race is still stuck in the tube, I'm going to run to autozone and see if they have a puller of some sort to get it out.
That's kind of what i was thinking, there is a pretty good edge between the race. Should it be completely flat in there? It feels like there is almost 2 races pushed together.Looks like the old bearing race, and it's worn from the old (bad) bearing, too. You should have received a new race with your new bearing. Swap it out.
Awesome so would this be the part i am looking for -> https://www.carid.com/2009-nissan-titan-driveline-axles/national-axle-differential-race-98363574.htmlThat's just one race, and it needs replacing. You'll need to find a parts house which sells only the race or ding your axle supplier for one.
The race shouldn't be terribly hard to remove, though it is a relatively tight press fit. I believe you can get a race removal tool and get it out.
The link you posted is a differential bearing race. I think that's for the chunk, not the axle bearings.
Posy a pic of your new axle assembly out by the hub, where the bearing is. If you don't see the rollers of the bearing, your new race is on the bearing. If you see the rollers, you're going to need a new race.