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Yes. If you don't have a bushing/seal driver set you can get by with a tight fitting socket and extension to drive the new seal in. As long as you're replacing the seal, you might want to install new bearings too. You could save the old ones for an emergency. If you take your bearings and seal in to NAPA, they can probably fix you up something for a fraction of the price from the Johnson folks.
 
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