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by jhtuck » Apr 22 2017, 2:32am
by joeawood87 [OP] » Apr 22 2017, 7:46am
jhtuck wrote:Just changed the driver side seal on mine because of leaking and the bearing because I thought it was a bit sloppy, not bad but since I was in there I changed both seal&bearing. Not too bad of a job.
Disconnect CV at stub, attach slide hammer to stub and pull it out.
Pull seal with seal puller.
Use blind beairng puller to remove bearing.
Install new bearing with hammer/chunk of 2x4.
Install new seal.
Install stub shaft.
Reattach CV shaft.
That's the overview. Can provide details if needed. Mine is a 2011 Silverado LTZ 4WD of course.
by jhtuck » Apr 24 2017, 12:42am
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