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Passenger side interaxle came out on the rear of the Seagate CJ five 1981 I'm wondering how that interaxle is attached is it a clip in the pumpkin

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Few diffs have axle clips in the diff to retain axles Most axles use th rea axle bearing which is pressed on and then have a shrunk retaining ring as extra security. Are you sure that there isn't bearing failure here

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SOURCE: 1996 jeep cherokee extreem shaking while braking

just as a question but does this shaking also happen occasionally after hitting a bad bump? The heavy shaking in the cherokees is asctually a common issue known as the "death wobbble". It is actually one or more of your control arms coupled probably with a bad CV or maybe even a seperated belt in your tire. My 93 had the same issue. After replacing everything that had to do with braking I discovered that it did it not just as braking but also when I hit a bump doing more than 30mph. I would recommend taking it to a 5* shop. The best one in town and let them look at it. It will cost you a litlle more but if it is the "Wobble" you'll thank them for it.

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SOURCE: just replaced hub on passenger side only 80k is

yes this is normal wear, if you have aftermaket wheels and tires the wear will be quicker do to more stress on the bearing, for the rear seal no u do not have to remove the cover if you jack up the side that has the bad seal you dont even have to drain the fluid. the outer bolts hold the axle in. there is no c clip inside the axle to remove

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