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Re: 3400 axel seals

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Craig Kruse

12-19-2012 17:47:29

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I hope you meant brake shoes and lininngs. If not none of this may apply. There are inner and outer seals on eadh axle. Inner ones aren't too hard to change but the outers are another story. First I recommend you purchase one of the condensed repair manuals. I think the number is F0-31. It runs about $30 if you don't have one. Don't fall for the manual listings that go for about $300 and cover several models. Most everything you will need is in the condensed version.

I recommend you read the manual instructions cause what I'm going to write may not be exact as I'm working from memory. First you have to drain the oil, elevate the rear end, remove the wheel/tire, then pull the brake drum and axle as an assembly. This will get you access to the end of the trumpet housings and the inner seals. The other or outer seals are under either a collar or big locking nut depending on your year model at the back of the break backing plate. I took mine to the dealer to have them replaced as mine have the big nut which requires 300 Ft Lbs torque and I don't have the equipment to do it. If you have the ones with the collar I recommed the dealer route also as it requires cutting the collar and if I recall right heating the new one to reinstall. Hope this helps a little but the manual gives you step by step. I probably left out something so maybe someone else will chime in and clarify if I did. Good luck.

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