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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-04-2002, 06:12 PM Thread Starter
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Front and Rear Axle and Diffs

During the last couple of weeks I have received 4.56 r&p's for the front and rear axles, and a set of B-ringed front axles. It will be a couple of months before I can get the front and rear lockers ordered. Is it a good idea to order master install kits front and rear and replace wheel bearings and seals all around at the same time. My tintop has over 200,000 miles and is all original. However, the drive train sounds okay; no whines, moans, or groans. This may sound like a dumb post, but I've never done any differential work before. Thanks in advance for the input.
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Re: Front and Rear Axle and Diffs

Yup,good idea.Might want to replace the knuckle seals and
check the king pin bearings too.
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post #3 of (permalink) Old 06-04-2002, 07:54 PM
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Re: Front and Rear Axle and Diffs

you missed the main part of master"installation kit" it helps you with installing the ring and pinion itself and gives you some tools to help to the job if I remmember correctly especially if you do not have much skill and have never really had to rough diff work without shop tools I know if I ever bought R&P's that i would definitely get this kit and try to install any lockers or anything necessary cause oyu dont crack your diffs open very often so make the best of it
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