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first of all thanks to all you cats that respond to my threads. You have helped me steer clear of some mistakes I could have easily made otherwise. Second to all you newbies out there. Get the manuals. Buy the tools and take the time to learn how to fix your own stuff. Im thirty eight and never turned a wrench until I bought my jeep. You save a ton and I get alot of enjoyment out of it. You will too. And lastly. In the next couple weeks when I can afford the parts and the tools Im gonna do the rear axle seals cause the right one has sprung a leak. I might be over ambitious but I want to do the seals the bearings the shoes drums and rebuild the wheel cylinders. Im prolly nuts but I am gonna take two days off from work to do it so I can enjoy myself. Any advice as usual would be appreciated. Happy trails:blunt:
 

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take pictures if you can as you remove everything.. so incase your not sure how it go's back.. you can check the pic's..
 

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pictures really help. if possible video. you can play and reverse the procedure.:punk:
 

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Just do one side at a time so you have the other side to look at.:rolleyes:
 

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baggies and permanent marker or ur perfected way to not lose any nuts bolts ect and label accordingly to save time later
 
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