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Grego228

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Last mot was noted a minor oil leak at the diff so thought I'd change the drive shaft seals.
Tried several screwdrivers and bars to remove the old one, not budged one mm.

Any tricks or tips?
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And install guys, any recommendation on a drift?
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I've used a self tapping screw in the past driven in then prised out. Used a suitable sized socket to drive back in.
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I've used a self tapping screw in the past driven in then prised out. Used a suitable sized socket to drive back in.
cheers, might try the self tapper option.
Don't have a socket big enough, biggest I've got us 32 and the seal is 62 🤦‍♂️
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