do you have to replace the axel bearings and oil seals when you pull the shafts out on a 89 runner

Asked by Feb 20, 2015 at 02:18 PM about the 1989 Toyota 4Runner 2 Dr Deluxe

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Do you mean the drive axles that go to the rear wheels? Not the driveshaft on the 3rd member you were asking about a while ago? If you do mean the two drive axles that come from differential to wheels, the seals I would but the bearings should be fine if they were to begin with

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Ditto what FordNut said!

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