Sounds to me like it's leaking around the oilseal that is on the inside
of the hub. You will need to remove the hub to replace it, just remember
that one side is RH thread and the other LH, I can never remember which
is which. Might just want to go ahead and replace the bearing while you
got it all apart. I suggest you go ahead and do both sides while you got
the tools out. The nuts are a really odd size I think I used a 47mm
socket to get them off but I am not sure.
>Date: Mon, 21 Sep 1998 22:37:01 -0700
>From: shk <email@example.com>
>Subject: Rear Axle Leak
>Reply-To: shk <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>I'm having a bad week. My driver's side rear axle is leaking. I have
>replaced the o-ring & gasket but it is still leaking. I tried taking
>it apart and looking for obvious problems but found none. It is
>leaking at a pretty healthy pace. What am I overlooking?