Your I&T manual should explain the the bearing, inner, outer seal replacement process as well as the adjustment proceedure. If you"ve never been into one, I can understand the confusion. Read through the entire process a couple times and study the photos and/or drawings of the parts involved and get a feel for what"s in there. Remember, the outer axle bearing is greased, not oil lubricated, and on most tractors using this configuration, the only way to grease it is to remove the axle assembly. As for the bearing moving inward on the axle, the stop collar rarely moves, and usually must be cut off in the removal process. Movement here would indicate possible bearing wear. If one side shows signs of oil seepage from the seals, that would be an indicator of the side to open up first.
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