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Old 06-05-2013, 12:02 PM
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Originally Posted by dschutz1979 View Post
How hard is it change the seal on the rear driverside axle? How long does it take?
Not hard at all, if you have the correct tools and know what you're doing. It can get messy though and it would be a real PITA if you try to do it on the ground. It can be done, but on a lift is much easier. On a lift, it takes about an hour, maybe 90 minutes if you've got a stubborn seal that doesn't want to come out.
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