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Old 04-24-2012, 01:35 PM   #1
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Help find leak

Ok so i just noticed a little tiny wettnes on the garage floor in the back of car. So upon further inspection i noticed a drop of oil on the bottom of the driver side halfshaft under 1 of the bolts that hold the halfshaft on The stub. I have the aftermarket Non-Sponsor halfshafts that i put on last year but only 500 miles on them. I know the cv joints are packed with grease so i figure it shouldnt drip or am i wrong here. I havnt put it in the air yet to get a closer look but has anybody seen this? It litterly looks like a drop of oil on the bottom of shaft. Possibly maybe seal on housing but it would really have to travel far to get where it is in my opinion and there would b alot of oil sling i would figure.
Any suggestions would be appreciated
Thanks guys

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