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Re: Axel Seals

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Ed Douglas

01-25-2014 15:22:40

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Okay Soundguy....see if I got this.....I was gonna remove the axels myself.....I don't have a press big enough for the job....nor the jig folks have made to press them on......the local NH dealer said if I brought in the axels.....the job would be 125.00....certainly less than the cost of making the jig.....larger think sure seals over OEM seal??......think the NH dealer would press them on as well?? Regarding Dealers even know about SS...who makes them??

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01-25-2014 15:36:01

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 Re: Axel Seals in reply to Ed Douglas, 01-25-2014 15:22:40  
if he thinks you have to get a new axle vs reapiring one.. I don't know how savy he is about sure seals.

however I believe tisco may carry them.

if ou don't have the jig or tools, then yeah.. paying someone else to do it is no big deal.

I have a machinist near me do some of my large work if I can't do it via home press etc.

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Ed Douglas

01-25-2014 17:33:04

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 Re: Axel Seals in reply to soundguy, 01-25-2014 15:36:01  
Thanks Brother....gonna be a spring project.....I will post back!

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