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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-25-2010, 09:43 AM Thread Starter
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leak's in rear end, 2006 Rhino

Hi all, I have detected a leak coming from the seal just ahead of the brake assembly on the rear drive shaft. Also have some grease coming out of the large seal on passenger side of rear end...??????? I did change the boots on the axle, is it possible I put too much grease in the boot and it worked its way into the rear end and out the seal ?
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-25-2010, 09:48 AM
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Hi all, I have detected a leak coming from the seal just ahead of the brake assembly on the rear drive shaft. Also have some grease coming out of the large seal on passenger side of rear end...??????? I did change the boots on the axle, is it possible I put too much grease in the boot and it worked its way into the rear end and out the seal ?
REAR DRIVELINE SEAL LEAK FAIRLY COMMON,AND LEAK FROM CV AREA IS PROBALLY FROM REMOVING AND INSTALLING THE REAR AXLES YOU MAY HAVE TORE THE SEAL IF NOT CHECK IF THE CV IS ALL THE WAY INTO THE DIFF
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check the torque on the input nut on behind the brake rotor, they have been known to come loose and cause a leak, might need a seal there now also.



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I have a leak on rear brake on rhino 700 how can it be stopped
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