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I need to change my rear output shaft seal and i cant find the steps to do it right they're nowhere to be found i cant find any repair manuals or anything online

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You need to remove the rear driveshaft in order to get to the seal

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  1. Output Shaft has A Brass Bushing in tail shaft housing that supposed to minimize that Play the clearances vary but you R right Shouldn't be a lot of UP-DOWN Play look in to that.
  2. As for the Seal if it got Bent & or the Spring inside it Poped out it Will not Seal
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