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    Resident Askhole BenDrinken's Avatar
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    Left rear axle seal leaking..

    Done the front, is the back any harder/easier?




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    Who is your daddy? dr.dirty's Avatar
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    the back is a pain in the ass because the bearing needs to be removed and the collar as well.

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    I get around gold knight's Avatar
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    It's easy, lifetime powertrain warranty. Did mine at 47k miles. :D

    Or yeah what Scott says, you have to press off the bearing and stuff. Good time for a new bearing while you are there.

    EDIT> Same process as this http://www.trailduty.com/tech/rear_a...fts/index.html
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    That's what you get for having 4.11 gears.
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    Resident Askhole BenDrinken's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by gold knight View Post
    It's easy, lifetime powertrain warranty. Did mine at 47k miles. :D

    Or yeah what Scott says, you have to press off the bearing and stuff. Good time for a new bearing while you are there.

    EDIT> Same process as this http://www.trailduty.com/tech/rear_a...fts/index.html
    Well I just turned 48k. Guess I'll see what the dealer says. Thanks guys.

 

 

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