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Glad it worked out. Driving the seals in is always tricky, I use the seal driver to tap around the edges and walk it into position.
 

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Just a final update. I pulled the axle back out, and right away could see the rubber on the seal was ripped badly. I replaced the seal, and it is now leak free. Another thing for anybody else that decides to do this, there is an L shaped "cover" that goes over the axle. REMOVE IT. the first time I didnt and it made it so much harder. It is only held on by one bolt, and two screws. Also invest in a seal driver. I used the one from harbor freight for under $15 and it made a huge difference in how easily the seal goes in. If anybody has any questions, feel free to send me a message.
Awesome. I am glad you stuck with it and it all worked out. Now you can do this on the side for other Jukes. LOL
 
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