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Thread: Jeep JK Wrangler Front Axle Shaft Removal & Replacement Write-Up + VIDEO

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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Yeah I think that’s what I was remembering. As it happens, my driver side seal is now leaking and will need to be replaced before my Moab trip in April.


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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Thank you, found the thread, very helpful.2thumbsup

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    Hey Eddy question for you. Ive watched your video as I am about to replace my stock shafts and was wondering, on the stock axle shaft there is a big plastic ring (not the guide ring) on the axle by the yoke that looks to sit in the axle tube opening, do new shafts not require this to be used?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beer&Waffles View Post
    Hey Eddy question for you. Ive watched your video as I am about to replace my stock shafts and was wondering, on the stock axle shaft there is a big plastic ring (not the guide ring) on the axle by the yoke that looks to sit in the axle tube opening, do new shafts not require this to be used?
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    Just cleaned it up, thanks for the heads up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beer&Waffles View Post
    Hey Eddy question for you. Ive watched your video as I am about to replace my stock shafts and was wondering, on the stock axle shaft there is a big plastic ring (not the guide ring) on the axle by the yoke that looks to sit in the axle tube opening, do new shafts not require this to be used?
    No, they're not needed. They do help keep gunk out of your tubes and some shops will try to sell you on the idea that you need to install outer seals but really, they're not needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    No, they're not needed. They do help keep gunk out of your tubes and some shops will try to sell you on the idea that you need to install outer seals but really, they're not needed.
    Awesome, thanks for the help.

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