So, I looked into the rear axle seal issue. First thing I noticed (besides the oil pouring out) was about 1/4" end play on both sides. Turns out, if you don't tell Currie what brakes you are going to use, (in my case super common explorer discs), they don't put the correct bearing retainer spacer on the shaft before they press on the bearing. My thought was, they should at least ask before they build it. So the axle was not in tight enough to pooch out the seal, or hold the shaft in tight, and everything was banging around in there at the end of the tube, it's amazing it did not create more havoc. Currie took no responsibility, so I get to buy the correct retainers from them, new set 20 bearings and seals from Summit, and will have to take the shafts to a shop for the press off, press on. Fun times! 5 weeks to the first run.