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pinion seal crush washer

I'm fixing my leaking pinion seal today. I'm just going to index everything (driveshaft, yoke nut) and put it back exactly as it was before.

Should I use a new crush washer or the old one?

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You'd have to reset the preload if you replace the crush sleave. Just use the old one and tighten it back to where it was before you started


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You'd have to reset the preload if you replace the crush sleave. Just use the old one and tighten it back to where it was before you started

Thats what I did.

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that's what I thought, thanks guys!

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the only time u need a new one is when u put new bearings in make sure u get the nut all the way tight
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Your gonna want to check preload either way. Even if you use the old on theirs no way of knowing where it was before.

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