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Brake Rotor Seal Question HELP Quick PLEASE!

What is this seal called? It fits into the rear of the rotor and holds in the back bearing. I need to get a new one quickly because I have no truck right now! THANK YOU!

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looks a lil messed up.....it's your inner wheel bearing seal. Should run less than $10 for a new one.
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I got one at checkers today, thanks, and ya I am replaceing rotors, the only way to get that thing out is pry it up, and thats what happened.
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don't forget the new bearing and races for those new rotors....and get the races properly installed.
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Bearing seals should not be reused. They almost always are damaged some when removing them anyway.
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