Thanks for the links to the write ups. With the Rubicon axle, is there any other steps I need to worry about with the air line? Also, I went to every auto part store around me here in Gatesville Texas, and none of them can find that seal. Would you happen to know the part number by chance?
I can't recall any specific details to our axles. The main thing is not to mix up the bearing caps holding the carrier in. Put them back exactly how they came out, no exceptions! Same with the torque on their bolts. Also don't mix up or loose any shims, keep them in the exact same order as they came out. Which will be hard cause once you pop the carrier out, usually requiring a pry bar etc, they tend to go everywhere! With the air line... It is fairly simple, just don't break anything.
For the parts, and also another good person to ask any specific questions, would be David at Northridge. I can't recall the part# off hand. But he would know and set you up.
While not totally nessecary, many have improvised or made their own tool... I did remember seeing THIS nifty little tool that could make life a little easier. This place has lots of cool junk as well. I'd still buy the seals from David and seek his advice tho.