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post #21 of 29 Old 04-04-2018, 11:38 AM
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That should be a 2wd tail shaft seal
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That should be a 2wd tail shaft seal
Ah I see. Thanks for the clarification.
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Since the internet doesn't seem to have a good picture of this seal, here it is. Installed it last night and everything appears to be good again. Thanks for all the help.
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post #24 of 29 Old 02-28-2019, 05:38 AM
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Where are the vents located please?
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Been having this problem for a while now. Changed the rear seal and all was good for about a week then it started leaking again.. No visible damage to the seal itself. From what I can see the boot is seated properly but is still leaking. Anyone got any suggestions? Any help is greatly appreciated
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That is exactly what's happening with me. Changed the seal and the leak started again after about a week or two. Flinging fluid on the underside of the body and leaving a slight spot on the floor. Pulled the driveshaft again and emery clothed the shaft and reassembled. So far so good, but still haven't found any vents. I've been here before. Anyone know where the vents are located?
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Mine still leaks slightly also. Better than what it was. When I put the new seal in I also polished up the shaft surface pretty good. I thought maybe my case was slightly over filled. But I'm living with it for now...
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Anyone else have maybe have some insight? Still letting fluid fly over here lol
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have any of you check the output shaft bushing? It might be too loose allowing too much driveshaft wobble for the seal to be effective? Just a thought. Might not be the problem.

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