These seals are one of the most overlooked components in the from axle rebuilding process. These seals seal the housing to the axle shaft and prevent gear oil from running out your axle tubes.
I have a 2002 F250 4 X 4 and am looking for a better seal for the Outside of the tube near the hub where the axle exits the tube. I was told that this may fit to eliminate the rubber seal that Ford has? Just wondering if this will work. Thanks
Asked by KingRancher from on
Hi King rancher The 1999 and newer seals are better than the earlier model seals if you are leaking oil your housing may be bent. the earlier seal has a tendency to cut into the axle shaft and we use the late model unit as an axle saver. Thank You
Answered by Stevie from on
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