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post #1 of 5 Old 01-06-2010, 07:35 AM Thread Starter
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I was going to buy the stuff localy to fix my Wheel hub and ball joints. Is the knuckle seal and vacum seal the same thing? I was told if I had manuel lock outs I dont need the vacum seals. I have both auto and manuel hub. Money is tight right now and trying to do this the cheapest and the fastest. I could wait tell around the first week of Feb. and just order the hole wheel bearing and ball joint kit for powerstrokeshop.com for around $950 delivered.

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post #2 of 5 Old 01-07-2010, 06:47 AM Thread Starter
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No one can tell me if they are the same or not?

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Ok my dumb azz figured it out. Same seal they just have 3 diffrent names. Vacum seal, axle seal and knuckle seal but all the same part.

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Yeah, they like to try an confuse you wit the different names. I can always tell if I am ordering the correct seal by the high price!

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If money is tight just switch to lock when you need 4x4 and auto when you don't. That's what i've been doing, and I live where we have 36" of snow on the ground and I farm so I'm always switching back and forth. Kind of a pain in the cold, but it is cheap...
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