First of all, since you bought non-OEM parts, there's no way for me to tell if they are correct. If you compare them to the old, you should be able to figure it out. When assembled properly, the seals should not she houstick out of the housing, and thus should not touch/rub on the cup of the axle. The outside ring of the bearing remains stationary when installed, and the inside ring rotates with the axle. Compare the old and new bearings for diameter and thickness. The new one should fit tightly in the housing and approximately centered or halfway into the housing. There may be a ridge inside the housing to keep the bearing from pushing through too far, when installed from the inner side (transmission) rather than outer side (wheel). You should try assembling everything before trying to install on the car, then test that the bearing housing freely rotates independently from the inner shaft and outer axle. If put together correctly, then the housing mounting bolts will align correctly when the inner shaft is completely inserted in the transmission. Since there's no clip on the transmission side on the inner shaft, you just push it in as far as you can till the mounting bolts align with the engines holes. If the complete assembly sticks out too far at the wheel hub, then either your outer axle is too long, or it is not pushed together completely at the bearing housing or at the transmission. I highly recommend replacing the transmission seal also, especially if you had trouble getting the inner shaft out.