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post #1 of 10 Old 02-14-2014, 06:31 PM Thread Starter
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94 YJ outer passenger side seals

My Jeep is at a shop getting re-geared and a rear 8.8. I ordered tube seals and apparently they do not work on the passenger side with the Disco's. The shop seemed confused and the outer seal would not fit because the outer shaft passenger side (inside splines) are quite larger then outside splines and the drivers side.
So I assume the seal is a different part number? the shop is working on getting the right one, I just want to check myself. The shaft is larger only where the splines are, as opposed to the drivers side (or a TJ axle) where the splines are the same circumference as the axle shaft.

Any info would be helpful. I don not understand how you can get a seal of the splines that would then fit tight to a smaller shft size???

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post #2 of 10 Old 02-14-2014, 11:18 PM
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The axle tube seals for the Dana 30 are meant to be run with one piece shafts only.

However there is a write up somewhere on here showing them modified for the stock Yj axle. Lemme see if I can find it

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Take a look see at this:

How to replace a leaky passenger side D30 seal

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Sweet, thanks for the help.
What I have found so far is:
Inner axle seals Dana 30 lh/rh Omix-ada 16526.02 $2.99ea Summit racing
2.12" OD
Pass side with disconnect 16526.06 $8.99 2.29" OD
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Were you talking about the oil seals or the muck seals

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Huh, which ones are those? I am mainly concered with the one at the CAD outer shaft seal
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Disregard my posts then

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Ok,

The shop is also replacing the inner seals at the differential/pumpkin. Are those termed muck seals?
Anyway thanks for the help.
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Ok,

The shop is also replacing the inner seals at the differential/pumpkin. Are those termed muck seals?
Anyway thanks for the help.
The "muck" seals are the ones pictured. They are there to keep crap out of the tubes. The seals you are having replaced keep the differential fluid in the pumpkin.

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Sorry, I am reading this at work and it blocks the pictures. Will check it at home.
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