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Old 06-26-2014, 05:36 AM
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Did I get the right axle seals for my 05 350 SRW?

I picked up this truck a few weeks ago and I've started picking away at all of the little issues it needs repaired, today I was working on leaking real axle seals. I know that I have 10.5" Sterling axle however the Napa store only showed 1 listing for the F350, I took my chances hopeing I got the right ones but I'm really not sure how to tell, can anyone help me?
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Old 06-26-2014, 05:40 AM
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Well I bought Motorcraft when I replaced mine so can't help you with part numbers, but yes they look correct if that helps. By the way do you have the special socket for the axle nut? It's not so much important removing but putting back together. You need to torque the nut to spec and then turn back 3 clicks or so (depending on new or reusing bearings). You'll most likely need a puller to remove the hubs my sealers were seized to the axle spindle. Also if you haven't started yet just to give you a heads up check your backing plates. Mine were rotted out where the parking brake alignment pins go. So I had to replace them. Just good to know before you tear into it hopefully helps!
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Old 06-29-2014, 10:26 AM
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That helps a lot, I do have the socket, good call on the backing plates, they were rusted, I only noticed as I was about to start putting it back together, so I ordered a set. This is not my daily driver so sitting on stands for a week is no big deal, I might as well wait and do it right.
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