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Old 02-29-2016
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Missing axle parts?

I replaced my shocks, rotors, brake pads and my locking hubs today. When removing everything I noticed from the below diagram that my axle was missing the snap ring and the axle shaft spacer. I guess I was riding around for years without them. My question is, where can I get them parts and what can happen if I drive around without them? Below is the diagram.


Diagram of front hub and axle 1994 Ford explorer 4 wheel - Fixya


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No new parts will be available, but never know when something will pop up on ebay.
Wrecking yard will be best bet.

Those are part of the 4WD system not wheel bearing, so not needed in daily driving.
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