Well, my D60 was tight and had no leaks. Now, after welding the tab for my hydro assist on (burned it in there good) it LITERALLY pours from both axle tubes and the pinion seal is seeping. Actually, it had a very minor seep from the pinion before, but not nearly this bad. Seriously, people were teasing me about "putting armor-all on the wrong side of the tires" while we were on Terminator! I had to find level ground to park it on just to try to keep some gear lube inside. I bet I lost at least 2 quarts out there, and it was topped off just days before going out due to installation of the Lock-Rite. So… This post has 2 points. 1) Be careful welding on the axle housing, it can get you into a mess (literally). I’ve welded housings before but I have never had anything like this happen before. Although, this time I did get it awfully hot sticking that (roughly) 1” thick tab filling up a huge bevel. I *know* I got good penetration but it looks like I cooked the seals in doing it. 2) Just exactly how bad is replacing the inner seals. I’ve done a pinion seal before but never the inner seals. Executioner was telling me about carefully setting the pinion pre-load (inch-pounds rotating the pinion) but I didn’t do that before. Didn’t follow a manual, just did it, and had no troubles out of it. Any tricks or “heads-up” warnings on doing this for the D60 front that I should know about? On the inner seals, again, I talked with Exe about it, and I looked at the D60 manual; it looks like a HUGE pain. Basically you have to pretty much strip the housing, and press the seals in from the carrier side of the tubes. Shouldn’t be too much trouble to just set the carrier back in (or rather beat, leaver, and otherwise force the SOB back in) with the same shims and not worry about the gear setup, right? Again, any warnings or tips on doing this (more) quickly or easily? Basically, I’m pretty sure I’ve got a handle on this from what I know (and have worked on in the past) combined with what I’ve been told and read. I just want to get feedback from those of you with experience before I screw up something just from my ignorance, or waste time and/or $$$$ just because I didn’t know I need some tool or process. Any suggestions appreciated.