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D series transaxle axle bearing and seal installation question

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I have not had to do this before and want to make sure I'm doing it correctly.

 

Picture of bearing and seal is attached.

 

Is the bearing supposed to fit in the groove of the oil seal or is the seal supposed to flush against the bearing?  I think the latter is correct?

 

Thanks

Dseries rear axle bearing and seal.jpg

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pfrederi

push the bearing in about 1/4" in from end of axle housing.  press seal in flush with end of axle housing.  Seal doesn't  touch bearing. If you push the seal up against the bearing you can deform the lip so it does not  seal nicely on the axle shaft

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Thank You!!!

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