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Old 13 Oct 2017, 06:10 am
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Hi guys

I have done this before, just don't remember how I ended up getting it. But the passenger axel shaft seal is in a deep and tight location. I tried using the largest socket thst I have 1 and 1/14 to bang this thing in and it cut the rubber on the outside that rests on the shaft. I also used a small 2lb rubber mallet directly on the seal and got no where. Can't get all ends to sit evenly and snap into place. This is a Chrysler seal, which seems to have less surface area over rubber. As opposed to the box store like national where there is more contact area. I don't have a seal kit and really don't have the time. Or money to purchase one. Thank guys!!!
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Old 14 Oct 2017, 11:09 pm
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1 and 1/4" rigid pipe coupler and a 4lb drilling sledge... easy
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