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Re: Replacing 1990 Chevy passenger Front Axle seal

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wsmm

10-17-2016 07:06:07




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Duner Wi

10-17-2016 11:06:55




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 Re: Replacing 1990 Chevy passenger Front Axle seal in reply to wsmm, 10-17-2016 07:06:07  
What you call,"passenger side axle tube"
I might call half shaft or some may call it drive shaft. Does that sound reasonable?



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wsmm

10-17-2016 11:31:40




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 Re: Replacing 1990 Chevy passenger Front Axle seal in reply to Duner Wi, 10-17-2016 11:06:55  
Half shat is usually refering to the CV axle portion. The half shaft bolts onto the axle that resides in the axle tube.



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Duner Wi

10-17-2016 19:40:39




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 Re: Replacing 1990 Chevy passenger Front Axle seal in reply to wsmm, 10-17-2016 11:31:40  
Sorry for the dumb questions. From watching you tube video is seems it is possible to change seal with out removing axle tube. Use a block of wood to get shaft to pop out , There is a spring clip that should pop if you give axle flange a good smack. You might get lucky and not have parts shift around so you can get it back together. Watch this video and the one mentioned in this video will give you a pretty good idea.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3BWbz75MWg

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