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· Official Historian
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I know snap-on makes the 4-prong socket for the upper ball joint sleeve because that is what I have. For the rear pinion seal, you will need an inch-pound torque wrench that you can measure with, not one that tells you when you reach a set torque. Just follow the directions in a repair manual about using it.

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