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Old 04-14-2010
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rear transfer case output seal.

i recently changed it. one of the easiest jobs i've done so far. only took an hour. just a question, should i squirt some PB blast or atf in where the shaft goes into the seal? when i turn the shaft by hand i can hear it squeaking on the seal, and i can only imagine this will cause wear.
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yea mine as well i dont see what it can hurt
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Usually you lube the seal prior to installing it.
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hmm. well i'm dropping my whole tranny this weekend anyways. i'll take a small detour and lube that.
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