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Is removing axel seals and replacing them difficult? Problems with worn key slot in hub. If having slot relocating In different location the set screw would not have as much metal depth? Is this a problem? better to find  good used.

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The hard part of seals is getting the hubs off...Guess you have that done.  If the keyway in the hub is compromised I would get a replacement.  Check our vendors here like A to Z

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