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Old 04-23-2013, 06:46 PM
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Help needed on where to purchase a few items

Have my rear diff apart right now and really in need of a certain 4 prong socket to remove the rear hub nuts to replace the inner axle seals and also wondering where the best place to buy the large o-rings that seal the axle shaft flange to brake drum asm.
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Old 04-24-2013, 04:54 AM
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the socket you should be able to get (might not be in stock) at an autoparts store.

the o-rings i don't know i have never replaced mine
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Old 04-24-2013, 03:37 PM
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Ok ill shop around the auto parts stores. tom and see what they have. Sounds like dealer for the seals.
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Have my rear diff apart right now and really in need of a certain 4 prong socket to remove the rear hub nuts to replace the inner axle seals and also wondering where the best place to buy the large o-rings that seal the axle shaft flange to brake drum asm.
I need this information too. Also for the inner axle seals, Get a PVC fitting that fits the seals perfectly and use that to tap them in without damaging them. I screwed up a brand new seal by just trying to tap it in with resin mallet. Had to drive 20 miles back to the parts store to get a new one...
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