Rear end oil is checked at a level plug by your right heel... not -quite- where the picture in the book shows it. (I think they used a picture of a 4000, but the location was slightly changed on the 4600) If no one else chimes in with a better description of where it is, I'll try to remember to bring in my manual after chores. Brake seal... the boot where the actuator rod goes in, or the seal at the end of the axle? Never done either myself, but I've read here that replacing the boot is pretty straight forward, and does not require removing the trumpet.
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