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Old 06-04-2015, 08:41 AM   #15
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Are your axle seals truly "leaking" (as in puking??) or just "seeping??" There's a world of difference.

A seep won't hurt anything. Just make sure your gear oil is topped off.

I agree. You see lots of old trucks with oil stained rear ends from a little seeping. I don't fix them unless I see a heavy oil trail and have to add oil often. I figure it just helps prevent rust.

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Well, shop called today , and they haven't even touched it yet....

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