seal replacement

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Last year when I did the Left Front, I replaced the seal using a large cap from an oxygen tank. It was the perfect size and I simply pounded it on using the cap as a shade tree mechanic driver.
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Good info! I went to Lowe's in the plumbing section and got a (white) 3" diameter x about 4" long sewer pipe end and the screw-in cover which has the square end for a wrench in the center. It worked great for pounding. I like the PVC since it is softer than the metal seal. Also used different sizes of PVC pipe for pounding in the races for bearings.



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on 6/9/06 7:54 AM, wick68355@aol.com at wick68355@aol.com wrote:



<blockquote><font SIZE="2"><font FACE="Arial">Last year when I did the Left Front, I replaced the seal using a large cap from an oxygen tank. It was the perfect size and I simply pounded it on using the cap as a shade tree mechanic driver.

Tim Wick

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