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Old 12-29-2013, 07:28 AM
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99 F350 dually..wheel bearing help!!!fast

Im in the process of changing the wheel bearing and the U joint on the short shaft on the drivers side..This is a early 99 F350 super duty dually..4x4 xlt. I cant get the axle shaft out..what is that seal?? and how do i get it out?? and what seal do i need to find to replace..I have looked these up and i am not sure witch one i need..On oreilly auto parts website..

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Old 12-29-2013, 11:09 AM
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Ok that seal does just get pounded out from there rear of the knuckle. Its a axle shaft seal..I did not know that was in there..I guess the later 99-03 dont have have that my buddy said, he has a late 99. So I have the seal on order will be in tuesday morning then i can put it all back together..I hope i have the grinding issue resolved with all of this..will see...replaced upper and lower ball joints..the u joint on the axle shaft and the wheel bearing hub assembly.

I really dont think it is the wheel bearing that was making the noise..after inspecting the old one, But will see..
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That type of seal is on all the Super Duty trucks. You also need a special tool to drive it onto the axle and then properly seat it into the knuckle.
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That type of seal is on all the Super Duty trucks. You also need a special tool to drive it onto the axle and then properly seat it into the knuckle.
That is correct.
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Old 12-29-2013, 11:20 AM
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Thanks for the info..I work at a stainless pipe/fab shop..were the truck is sitting..I will make something of its size to re seat it..If any one could comment on what on how far or what to feel for when i reseat the seal, that would be great..i have never replaced one of these.
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Old 12-29-2013, 11:26 AM
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This is the tool needed
OTC 6695 Axle Shaft Seal Installer for Ford 1998-2004 F-250/350/450/550:Amazon:Automotive OTC 6695 Axle Shaft Seal Installer for Ford 1998-2004 F-250/350/450/550:Amazon:Automotive
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