Well after reading and reading and more reading. I finally decide to tackle my leaky D30 front axle seals. Got the parts i need (so i thought). so i decide to jack the jeep up, put her up on stands and proceed to take it all apart. Got the shafts out, fluid out and gears out. Now that was a chore. But i got it all out after marking everything up. Well i got the seal on the drivers side out, cleaned the tube. Holy crap what a bunch of crap in there. Then i put that seal back in (another chore) but gotter done! Then on the disconnect side i had to use a piece of all thread to get it out, But got it. This side didn't have nearly as much junk in the tube as other side. But this side was leaking lots more. Well i go to get the seal for that side and low and behold. It is the wrong one. So now my jeep sits on stands till auto store opens up on Wednesday. But over all it wasn't as bad as it sounds. Just time consuming and paying attention to details inside the pumpkin.
2002 Jeep Wrangler TJ X; Smittybilt SRC front bumper, Warn M8000, 16x8 Rubicon Moabs on 31" Goodyear MTR's, 2.5" RC Proggressive lift, JKS Quick Disconnects, A to Z Rockers, Warn Steering Skid, 4WD rear bumper/tire carrier.
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