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I have replaced the seal between the transmision output shaft and the hub on the driveline. Im trying to put the hub back on and it seems like the teeth aren't matching up... Are there any tricks or anything special i need to do or know to make it match up and slide on?

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Check the splines to see if there is a flat area that lines up with the shaft, turn it till it lines up, sounds like your not lined it up straight to me.

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