In this video we’ll show you how to remove a rear axle bearing. You’ll need to do this to change a rear axle seal on most rear axles. Most of the time you’ll notice when you need a rear axle seal when the drum brakes start getting covered in gear oil that leaks past the seal and into your drum brakes. You’ll need to buy new seals and bearings before you begin. To reinstall the seal and bearings… Just pet everything back on the way it came off and either use a press to press them back on or use a long pipe to hammer the new bearings back in place.
How to Remove a C-Clip Axle: https://youtu.be/4zwYojw6cuU
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