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When i drive gear fluid is slatting off drive shaft on to muffler. i just installed a used tranny so im wondering if theres a oring i left out?

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Yes there are orings that are in the tranny where the drive shaft pinion goes into tranny. To replace the orings you need to remove the tranny and open it up like you are going to do a rebuild. There are not hard to replace it just takes a lot of time and patience. I do not know of an easier way to do it.

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