Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Beautiful BC
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Yes, there is enough room to work underneath once the balancer is removed.
The new and old seals have a steel sleeve that is pressed onto the crank snout. You need the tool to pull the old sleeve off and to press the new sleeve on.
To remove the seal I simply drill a small hole into the outer flange of the seal and thread a screw into and use that to pry/pull the old seal out. You still need the tools to install and remove the sleeve on the crank though.
1991 Ranger - 38" TSL's, 3 link, One tons, 5.38s on King air shocks....under construction.
1997 Ranger - reg cab flare side, 3.0L, M5OD-R1, 4x4, 31x10.50r15 MT's.
2008 F350 - Crewcab short bed, 6.4L diesel, H&S XRT Pro, AFE DOC/DPF delete
1972 Mustang Coupe - 302, c4, 9", 4.11's locked.