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1999 B3000 dust excluder seal

Wheels31522

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Hey all,

I'm replacing my steering knuckles and installing these seals. The stock ones appear to have seals on both sides of the hub and the ones I have are just 1 piece.

Should I drive these all the way in? The stock ones appear to be flush with the knuckle surface and there's about 1/4in between the seat and the underside of the seal.

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I guess no one knows, I do not know myself, just did not want you to think people are ignoring the question.
 

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No worries I took a crack at it last night after finally getting the rest of the suspension in. I believe it needs to be pressed in all the way or the CV axle doesn't seat in enough to accommodate the orange c clip. I'm going to drive it in as far as I can tonight and report back​
 

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