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Old 10-01-2017, 03:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is this going to be the seal at the wheel bearing or the seal at the axle, behind the birf?

#14 or #3?

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Number 3.
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Thanks for the welcome, and the reply.

I was afraid it was the inner seal. Gotta go a lot deeper now.

Oh well...
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More info here if you want it Suzuki Club UK ? View topic - SJ axle info
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Very good info. Thanks again.

Now I gotta dig into the FSM and look up the procedure.

Started with the hubs. Then when I saw the leak I kn3w I was going further in so I researched the bearings. Now gotta look at pulling the axle to replace the seal. Hope I don't have to mess with the steering knuckle.

Gotten too lazy to look at anymore today.

Need to get the o-ring that goes around the locking hub dial. Mine was all dry and cracked. Going to get one from Toyota as they're the same.
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