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1995 f350 ford 2 weele drive dually rear drum removal.....do I gotta pull axle? Do I gotta replace seal?

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Unfortunately you will have to remove the axles on that model of truck to access the brakes and it is necessary to replace the seals at this time because you will probably cut the old seals upon removal.I would recommend that if you are going to check them you at least need to clean and de glaze the old shoes if you don't replace them!!!! make sure to use a good quality brake cleaner.

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