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FTD rear axel seals

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TimJr

Make sure you wrap the axle tube with packaging tape or an old microfiche card. Sliding the seal over the keyways or snap ring groove will very likely wreck the seal. You will want a piece of tubing that matches the diameter of the seal to drive it into the housing. Make sure it is nice and square/true on the end so you don't dent the seal or get it in crooked.

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powerking_one

Ditto on TimJr's method. I used a piece of schedule 40 PVC pipe (I can't remember the size) from the $1.00 scrap pile at a Home Depot. Make sure the seal driver end is sanded/filed flat and square. A few wraps of wax paper around the axle tube works a treat too for protecting the seal lip when installing.

Tom (PK)

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