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The swivel hub has alot of play and is leaking on my 1985 toyota 4x4 i thout it was the wheel bearings but it is not

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That sounds like your constant velosicity joint (CV JOINT)
It has a rubber bellows that seaks the grease in to keep all bearings and machined parts well lubricated.
Some auto parts stores offer half boot kits to install without removing the axle. I recommend removing the axle if keeping this vehicle for the half boot lits are to be sealed together when installing, and they do not last no more than a year. The full boot kit will last for many years instead

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