You love getting off-road with your Jeep, pushing it to its limits with the kind of difficult lines and muddy tracks which would have the average driver turning around as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, the rougher the ride the harder it can be on your Jeep, and while they're built tough to last through it all, sometimes the bumps of the off-road can lead to damage which needs to be repaired. A common issue with Jeeps which have been through the mud is damage to the axle, which can result in a leaking seal. Although a minor leak may not seem like a pressing issue, they can quickly become severe leaks, so you should always replace damage or defective seals immediately. Dana Spicer inner axle seals provide quality seals that will last, even as you live your Jeep's life to the fullest.
Are You Leaving Puddles
The easiest way to look out for an inner axle seal is to look for signs of leaking fluids underneath your Jeep. Although this will likely only present as a drip-drop trail when moving, once you have parked your Jeep and left it to rest for an extended period of time, any leak is likely to lead to enough accumulation of fluid to create a puddle. If you've noticed you're leaving spots behind when pulling out of a parking spot with your Jeep, it's likely you are experience seal problems.
Best Parts, Best Prices
When you're buying parts for your Jeep, you want the best parts available, but we know you don't want to spend a penny more than you have to in order to get them. With our 90-day price match guarantee you don't have to worry about that. If you buy your inner axle seals from 4 Wheel Parts and find a better price anywhere else within 90 days of purchase, simply let us know and we'll match it.
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