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Axle seal part #?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by toy4x4runner, Oct 3, 2005.

  1. toy4x4runner

    toy4x4runner 1/2 ton status

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    Local part stores dont know what i'm talking about when I ask for 2 seals inside the Differential of my D44. Axle seals... Diff seals. W/e they are... what part number are they for the 70's D44?
     
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    inners or outers I can check my manual when I get home tonight or search ebay its where I bought mine when I rebuilt my front end all spicer all reasonably priced.
     
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    inners or outers ? Inside the diff. :doah:
     
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    that would be inners there is also a seal on the outside of the axle shaft I'll dig tonight and get you a part number
     
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    Yeah, the 2 seals inside the Diff for the axle shafts. so... inner seals. Shouldn't there be 2 different seals b/c the 69-72 D44's have thinner axle shafts (small U joints) and the 73+ have the larger U joints and thicker Axle shafts? I wouldn't mind having both #'s on hand for reference, but I'm running the larger U joint/thicker shafts. So I'd need the 73+ seals.
     

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