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Rear flange seal.
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Is this the right seal.?

Mine looks like regular seal.

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Posted on: 7/9 15:28:34
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Re: Rear flange seal.
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That is the one for just about every Dana axle imaginable.

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Re: Rear flange seal.
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Ok. I'll give it a try. The book and the seal tool looks like the tool fits in the groove of seal.

But the one on my flange is like the trans seal.

Thanks Ross.

Ps. Just got done milling 1/2 flat cold roll (the ground will hold it)

It will bolt to flange. 3 feet long. Then I hope I can loosen nut.

Posted on: 7/9 22:49:14
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Re: Rear flange seal.
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My tool

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Posted on: 7/10 19:35:02
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Re: Rear flange seal.
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Job complete. Torqued it 150lbs. Which is where my marks lined up.

Did have to use a cheater to remove the nut. But wasn't that tight..

Ross said it comes off. And it did.

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