Question about Chevrolet Sportvan
Depending on what size your axle is.If you have bolts(6or8) at the very end of the hub.You remove all of the bolts the smack the end of the hub with a hammer to pop out the wedges in the stud holes.If there is just the shaft/plate with studs the you will need to remove the punkin cover and there will be a retainer bolt that holds a 1/2"-3/4" pin.When you get the pin to fall out you will be able to pull the axle shaft out to remove and replace the seal.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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