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Old 08-30-2013, 07:55 PM
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Hey Ya'll... Andy in Warrenton here / need a front axle seal driver..

Hi. I'm looking for a front axle seal driver for my 2002 F250. I can buy one or borrow one.

Just got all my parts to replace the front seals, u-joints, and ball joints.


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Hello Andy. You can find inexpensive ones at harbor freight.

I use a large socket that fits the seal. You need a 3/4 or 1" set for that. I just put an extension in the socket, and tap it in lightly until the seal seats

Make sure to put a little grease on the rubber part of the seal so when you put the axle in, it don't rip the rubber.
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If you don't have what Charlie suggests. Some parts stores loan the tools free of charge. You pay a deposit which is returned when the tool is.
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