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Old 07-05-2014, 08:26 PM
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2000 10.5" SRW Rear Hub/Seal Replacement

first time digging into one of these rears. Kinda intimidating.

Got the bearing nut off along with the outer bearing, but for some reason the hub wont slide off the diff. Feels like the inner bearing may be bound, or stuck on the axle housing shaft.

Ive looked theough a few write ups already, hoping someone can share one or link me to one that they have used that made it an easy swap/.


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Looking to replace the pinion seal, was reading that with the 10.25" I can literally measure the pinion nut land, rattle of off, pull yoke, replace seal, install yoke and re-install to orig land measurement.

Thoughts??

Thanks in advance

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I remember doing this, but don't remember who's instructions I used. I thought there was a circlip or something on the end of the axle shaft to hold it in place, but I could be mistaken. I'll do a quick search and see if I can find them for you.
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Thank you so much. I spent hours searching yesterday, up until I was seeing double.

I figured I just need to put a puller on the hub or something, maybe the bearing was stuck to the housing.
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I can't find any instructions so I'll try to go by memory. I used a puller to get it disengaged. It was just a cheap harbor freight set, so it doesn't need to be anything high quality. Oh and I disintegrated the old inner bearing when I pulled it out... No other way I could get it out. I was careful not to muck up the inner race so it didn't eat up my new seals.
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Your searches might go better if you search 10.5...

10.25 is an OBS axle
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