Thanks Phil, where does the O ring go? I looked things over closer and I see another seal on the inner side of the axle where the axle housing bolts to the rear end. It looks to me like this seal keeps the gear oil out of the axle housing and the seal behind the hub keeps the gun grease from going into the axle housing. I have prolly 1/2 gallon of gun grease in housing. So you need to replace both of these seals or you will fill the axle housings with gear oil, so you do need to remove the axle and the hub to do both seals. Just not shure where O rings goes?
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