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Need assistance with D 17 Torgue Tube Seals

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loveshisallis

01-18-2017 16:02:46




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Hello;

I have a 1963 D - 17 Series III and now have the engine out for an overhaul.

I have the two oil seals that go behind the throwout bearing in a four point flange located at the front most part of the Torgue Tube. Question is how do I safely remove the existing 2 seals and replace them with the 2 new ones?

Appreciate all the good help




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Nordic

01-20-2017 19:28:44




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 Re: Need assistance with D 17 Torgue Tube Seals in reply to loveshisallis, 01-18-2017 16:02:46  
Are the existing seals leaking? You may want to find equal to factory quality seals to go back in before hacking into the old ones. I have replaced rear axle seals on D14's, the factory seals are of heavy duty design. The aftermarket seals that went back in are not nearly as well made.



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4wdtom

01-18-2017 18:04:11




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 Re: Need assistance with D 17 Torgue Tube Seals in reply to loveshisallis, 01-18-2017 16:02:46  
I am not familiar with exactly what you are looking at but in general can you drill a small hole and start a sheetmetal screw in the seal and pull it with the screw?



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