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This quad has had a leaking left side (sitting on bike) leaking front axle differentail oil seal, im not sure the technical term or reference. Always made oil grayish , been like that for 2 years changed frequently and used Lucas oil stab. Willing to replace both sides since right sode started to leak after last oil change.

My issue and worry is the bearings in the diff, how can i test them? Will i likly be f**ked when i pull the axles out will my rollers fall out?

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Also wonderig about the "scoring" on the casing side of the diff by the axle,
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With water being in there you will have all kinds of damaged parts. You best pull it, lay it out on a table and replace all the parts that have been effected by that. A shop manual will guide you through it. Start by getting a bearing and seal kit. Then see what else it will need. The diff-loc disks will all be shot and some gears as well but you won't know until you get it opened up.

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With water being in there you will have all kinds of damaged parts. You best pull it, lay it out on a table and replace all the parts that have been effected by that. A shop manual will guide you through it. Start by getting a bearing and seal kit. Then see what else it will need. The diff-loc disks will all be shot and some gears as well but you won't know until you get it opened up.
**** thats what i thought, i drove it like that for 1000km since i had it, but id hate to have it go or do worse damage , i have a shop i can take it out at ugh sh*t.

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**** thats what i thought, i drove it like that for 1000km since i had it, but id hate to have it go or do worse damage , i have a shop i can take it out at ugh sh*t.
a 1000km or 621 miles with water in the lube? Well.. plan on a new diff..might get lucky but plan on the worst and hope for the best...

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