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#1 My axle seals have cut grooves into the axle housing coming out of my tranny on a 101 landlord. What is an "easy fix" for the leakage. I have heard tell of a sleeve that will cure it. Any ideas? #2 I would like to locate a single decal that I have left off of my restored 101 landlord (the "landlord" emblem at the bottom of the front grill). Anybody know where I can get one cheap???? stinkster

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A speedi sleeve will work great, just be sure to fill the groove in the axle with JB weld befor you put the sleeve on or over time it will press a new groove in the sleeve and you'll have the same thing again. Mel_W

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