Topic: Re: New 580SE questions
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There are three places inside the hub from where oil can leak,there are two in the hub and one in the axle housing,it is not an easy job as the swivel pegs (king pins) have to be remove,look in the book, before attacking make sure that the hub reductions are not over filled and that it is gear oil thats in them,if the hubs have too much oil they will leak as inside with all the gears it's like a pump,the level is quarter to or past on the clock face, some people fill them right up and that will cause them to leak,if you do have to tear down pull the drive shafts and replace the seal on either side,hoping you won't have to go that far and good luck with your investment.
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