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I haven't done this in awhile, but I think if you remove the brake caliper and disc, you'll see four bolts that attach the hub/axle assembly to the axle housing.
Make sure you can remove the diff fill plug, then drain the diff fluid. When you pull those 4 bolts out the whole assembly should slide out, axle included. Fit the new o-ring and reinstall. Then put in some new diff fluid. Jobs pretty simple and shouldn't take more than an hour or two even if it's your first time.
Like mike said could be a bad hub, but if you have a lot of grease on the disc and caliper and no play or roaring sound while turning, it's probably the o-ring seal. Atlantic British has the o-rings.
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