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94 ranger clutch/tranny question

I swapped my clutch out and I just dont remember if this seal between the drive shaft and the tranny was sticking out as in the picture or inside of the tranny....

Clutch swap went well, had to take the exhaust off and now the truck is a little louder (I'm guessing an exhaust leak but I'm not sure)
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Yes, that looks correct
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Yes, that looks correct
thanks mate! I thought it might get dried out and crack or something sticking out like that
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