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  1. porkchop71
    the passenger sidee rear one is leaking. Has been for about a month I just feed the beast for now. I check the diff oil twice a week and fill as needed. I have thanksgiving and the day after off Im gonna shoot for doing em then as long as the weather cooperates. I have a good stash of tools. Do you think I will need any other specialty stuff other than a slide hammer. I bought a slide hammer kit last week. I want to try to replace the seals and the drums pads and hardware all at the same time. It seems logical. Especially cause I plan on being down the whole two days(Its my only ride)Im not scared to do it. Just unsure of the unknown. Ever since I started spinning my own wrenches its been the same story. Get anxious. Learn how to do the job. And then after say to my self that wasnt so hard. Never changed my pads and rotors before. Did that no prob. Never changed U joints before. No prob. All the little jobs will give me the experience for the big ones. Sorry to talk your ear off. TTYS
  2. morphious
    axle seals can be a pain and brakes are easy are ur rear seals leaking or are u trying to be preemptive in replacing them
  3. porkchop71
    Whats up, Homie? I think my next project is gonna be the rear axle seals and the rear brakes. Any suggestions?
  4. morphious
    i take the lazy way out with the u joints a shop does um 10 bucks a pop and its just easier to get them to do it hehe i know I'm lazy

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