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Arrow have you ever rebuilt a d60 ?

so have you ever rebuilt one ? mine is leaking and would like to do all the seals new and stuff , i never done it, can this be done in 1 long day ? thanks ahead fr your input.
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Yes. And yes it can be done in a day if you have everything you need
It's not a difficult project

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Yes. And yes it can be done in a day if you have everything you need
It's not a difficult project
im going to have to do some research on this , read as much as i can bc i do need to get this done .... jeeze my to do list is long !!!!!
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Where is it leaking from?

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right on the ends of the diff
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Inner bearing seals are kind of a pain in the arse.

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everything from the spindles out needs to be removed. then put the axle shafts...might as well throw in some u joints while its apart, and spindle bearings...they're cheap.

getting the axle shafts back in without damaging the new seals is tricky...makes sure its clean in there so you dont drag a bunch of dirt into the housing and seal lip.

it was a PITA trying to get the right parts from the dealer or napa....its like they dont know what part we are talking about...I will try n find the part number

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everything from the spindles out needs to be removed. then put the axle shafts...might as well throw in some u joints while its apart, and spindle bearings...they're cheap.

getting the axle shafts back in without damaging the new seals is tricky...makes sure its clean in there so you dont drag a bunch of dirt into the housing and seal lip.

it was a PITA trying to get the right parts from the dealer or napa....its like they dont know what part we are talking about...I will try n find the part number
yeah if im taking it apart im putting everything brand new , what makes me mad is that if i go to the auto parts to get parts i get chinese crap i hate it ...
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