Axle Tube Seals
Replace those Factory Dust Guards
The instructions from Alloy tell you to use RTV on the outside of the seal, where it meets the axle tube. I thought about using RTV but I couldn't quite talk myself into it. The seal fits tightly into the axle tube and, in my humble opinion, isn't likely to spin. It fits so tight I could not press it in by hand. I had to use a piece of wood to hammer it into place. I spread a thin layer of grease all over the axle to keep it from rusting. And, I placed a little extra where it will spin inside the new seals. The seal itself gets filled with grease, also. After reinstalling the axle, I used a grease gun to fill the new seal.
After repeating the process for the other side, I checked and filled the brake fluid reservoir. I really didn't lose any brake fluid and my brakes feel fine. I didn't feel a need to bleed the brakes after this quick job.