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Old 06-25-2009, 06:12 PM   #1
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axle shaft inner slinger

i am trying to put in a inner slinger in my front right. it helps hold the u-joint/shaft in place. but it won't stay in there! every time i turn the wheel it presses up on the little piece it makes it fall right out! on the left side, the original piece is a lot different. i talked to a jeep know it all, and he said to grind down the axle shaft till it fits. it fits around the shaft nice, and it fits in the cup/little lip very nice and hard. we tired putting JB weld on. didn't do anything. any ideas???

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Are you talking about an outer tube seal?

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ya, not real sure on what you're describing, or is it that stupid little plastic sheild that sits on the shaft keeping big debris from going in the tube? that thing is useless anyway.
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ya, not real sure on what you're describing, or is it that stupid little plastic sheild that sits on the shaft keeping big debris from going in the tube? that thing is useless anyway.
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