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Unread 04-20-2010, 07:00 PM   #1
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IMG_0233.jpgWell we are still working on this GMA Project, (procrastination) but we are making headway.
I have noticed fluid in the right rear axle. Please help!
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Unread 04-20-2010, 08:20 PM   #2
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Attachment 32231Well we are still working on this GMA Project, (procrastination) but we are making headway.
I have noticed fluid in the right rear axle. Please help!
The axle seal is located in the differancial where the axle tube bolts on. You would need to remove brake cable/axle housing bolts to the swing arm and the axle housing bolts to the diff to get to the seal. Hope that helped. Good luck on your project.
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Thank you. That does help, and that was what I thought it was.
Is it pretty straight forward or is there any issues to watch for?
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Thank you. That does help, and that was what I thought it was.
Is it pretty straight forward or is there any issues to watch for?
Straight forward. Maybe take pic's and post, could help others.
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Will Do, Thanks again!
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