Thanks for the replies. I can’t believe they used plastic bushings instead of bearings. I guess I will take everything apart and see what I’m dealing with. This is in my 07 and I hope it is a bearing not a bushing.I actually used a cat claw (small nail puller/prybar). The 90° end, fit the teeth under seal and pry it out. Like JJ said above, be careful not to score it. If you find a plastic bushing in there rather than a needle bearing I suggest replacing that too. Mine is currently leaking, but I think it has more to do with the worn plastic bushing allowing slop. Currently building another diff with bearings.
I believe it was Summit’s website that showed a plastic bushing and said 2 were required for the right side. So how hard is it to get the bearing out?Iirc 2004 was the last year with a bearing. Good neis they're interchangeable. Do some googlationing and you'll find it. Here's a picture of what you want... and my sexy legs.
That's a pinion seal. I believe timken SL260031 is what you are looking for at the axles.Wonder if the ones that say 'front outer' are the correct seals?
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