Well it is a simple process. I finally found someone who would sell me the seals, bearings etc. Here are some pics, with little write ups.
This is the mechanical seal, which is supposed to stop the weep hole from weeping. And the bearing assembly(Canada *** 151/154 dual bearings already attached to shaft.
First thing is to take 6 cover bolts off to expose impeller.
Then use a punch or whatever you have to get impeller off of shaft(you may need to heat it up), and to somewhat push the shaft bearing assembly out of the bottom.
Once that is done you can tap out the shaft with the bearings useing a light hammer or whatever you want.
Then tap out mechanical seal in the center of the pump and voila, start putting her back together. First put the bearing assembly in from the back of the pump with a light hammer and a 7/8" socket.
Then I put a little, very little RTV on the outside of the mechanical seal and tapped it back in with a 1" socket.
Then put the impeller back on the shaft and use a socket to tap it back to the height it was on the shaft before. NOTE: It may have gotten bent a little (impeller), but you can hit the center and flatten her back.
Once the impeller is back on , put the cover back on with O-Ring supplied with kit.
here are old bearings and seals.