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Rear diff leak/correct seal
Posted 21 August 2011 - 04:13 PM
Is the seal that goes to the drive line called the differential seal sorry if its a dumb question haha. Thanks
Posted 22 August 2011 - 12:31 AM
they mention that nut setting the pre-load, the only other way i can think of is to mark the location of the nut (chisel or marker) and then count the number of turns to remove it - like when doing tie rods, but you'll need to keep track of the very first turn(s) since it's going to be hard to loosen.
the rock auto link does not direct me to the part. best bet is to just get the part number from rock auto and do a google search on the part number/brand. that's how i verify it and found that usmb link.
you are *wise* to check, rockauto's listings are the worst on the internet, period. but they make up for it in price. you'll drill down for a 6 cylinder subaru and it's still listing 4 cylinder parts, that drives me nuts.
Posted 22 August 2011 - 02:33 AM
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