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Leaking rear axle seal

How to replace rear axle seals

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Because this would be so hard to describe, your best solution would be to go to a store like autozone, or kragen, and get a haynes manual for your truck. You will be very glad you did. It will be the best thing you can get for yourself. And that book will tell you exactly how to replace EVERYTHING in your truck.

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