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  1. #11
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    Wow low and behold PMO says those gaskets ARE required. Sure glad I didn't get any further.

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    FYI PMO after some discussion is going to change the description to reflect that these axle shafts do require either gasket (paper) or some other form a gasket type material.
    Anyone interested in two slightly (not) used axle shafts requiring a repack?

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    This is a little later than I would have liked but stuff happens ,even when your retried, right?
    axle shafts in and right rear bearing replaced. new pads and all is well. Once the suspect axle was removed turning of the hub made a pronounced growl. So it was obvious where the issue was.
    FYI the overbite in the freezer really faciliated installation.
    Thanks to all who contributed
    This site is a life saver.

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