Tranafer case leak

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Monk
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Tranafer case leak

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Well I had this minor leak, and I always thought my front output shaft was Dripping.
Basicly ended up being the shifter seal,
I had to pull off the nut to the shifter plate oh, and then there was a nylon ring I had to pick out with a dental pick. Under that nylon ring there was a black o-ring which was the culprit.
It is not a hard job but boy oh boy you need a lot of patience to pick that sucker out.
While I was under there I replace the front output shaft seal oh, that was a super easy one.
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Re: Tranafer case leak

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I just wanted you to see a close-up of that nylon retainer that's in that part.
I can't stress how much patience I needed to get that sucker out,hahaha.
But now a week later the thing is dry as dry can be oh, so that worked out great.

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Re: Tranafer case leak

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Thanks for the information definitely will come in handy for those of us that encounter similar issue down the road.

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