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Moh click on the Service Center link in my signature and you'll see the contact details for the shop that Paul mentioned.
Thanks, I'll remember to check your list out next time. That is a handy map to have.
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We called around and found a place, Fleet Maintenance in Fort Walton Beach, that said they can take care of it on Monday. Should I just tell them to use sealant instead of finding a new gasket?

I was not able to get under the bus this week to see anything.
I would not tell them how to do it or what to use.
I would say "i have heard that sealer works better than a gasket" and close that with "what do you guys normally use?"
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I would not tell them how to do it or what to use.
I would say "i have heard that sealer works better than a gasket" and close that with "what do you guys normally use?"
Thank you, Randy.
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You have pretty shiny nuts there, someone's been working on it if you ask me. Beware!
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Got the drive wheel leak fixed yesterday at a shop in Fort Walton. It was done in about an hour and fifteen and cost $233. It turns out that there are just a paper gasket for the sealing. They pulled the axle out and they put a new metal gasket with some silicone. He did not need a big hammer since I did not have wedge bolts, but he had one just in case. It was pretty simple over all. Next time I should be able to do it myself. Took a few pictures.

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Thanks Moh.
Pretty painless,overall.
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