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Alright, so I'm going to pull the trigger on some Raxles CV axles for my Teg, so I have something dependable, but I'm super confused as to what seals I need to replace with it? Are the only seals that need to be replaced while replacing the half shafts the ones that are in the holes where the shafts connect to the diff? What would the technical name of that part be so I can order it? It is a 4 speed AT. Appreciate it
 

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Should be plug and play. The only seal I know offhand is the one on the driver's side halfshaft, and unless that's damaged it can be left alone. Just be aware that those axles can be VERY stuck depending on how long they've been in there...ask me how I know 馃檭
 

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Should be plug and play. The only seal I know offhand is the one on the driver's side halfshaft, and unless that's damaged it can be left alone. Just be aware that those axles can be VERY stuck depending on how long they've been in there...ask me how I know 馃檭
Good to know, it's been a Florida car it's whole life (as far as I know), so I'm hoping It plays nice, dont know what I'll do if the slide hammer doesn't do it. It's a 94 so it's been on there for.... 30 years? Have to see ig
 

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No rust is a good start! I wound up using pry bars to pop it out of the transmission and halfshaft. A 4lb sledgehammer and an impact extension helped knock the axles out of the hubs. That being said, if it's not rusty it should push out of the hub pretty easily
 

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Hey so just giving a follow up, as far as the axles go, super simple, just needed a small little pry bar on the passenger to get it out of the gearbox, the drivers side needed a slide hammer with a CV puller claw, hooked that up behind the big knuckle at the back against the intermediate shaft and wacked it a few times, slid right out no fuss.
 

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That's good! I wound up getting some forks that worked mint on the driver's side but didn't fit on the passenger side. 馃槖 I had to hammer in a prybar from the engine bay. Installation is way easier, but I will note that leaving the driver's side suspension disassembled makes it way easier because of the angle that axle has to take
 

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That's good! I wound up getting some forks that worked mint on the driver's side but didn't fit on the passenger side. 馃槖 I had to hammer in a prybar from the engine bay. Installation is way easier, but I will note that leaving the driver's side suspension disassembled makes it way easier because of the angle that axle has to take
Yeah my whole knuckle was off when I did them anyway lmao, was doing a whole bunch of suspension work at the same time, new ball joints, bearings, hub, etc
 
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