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Rear end seal ,i have a new seal but dont know which end goes in it is different from orginal

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FIRST, IF IT IS DIFFERENT IT MAY NOT BE THE RIGHT ONE YOU SHOULD TAKE IT BACK AND CHECK AND SEE, AS THE SEALS ONLY GO IN ONE WAY

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