Jeep Leakage

by Pertneer on July 6th, 2014

As the title states my Jeep decided to start leaking all over my drive this past week.

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The transfer case was leaking really bad from the front output shaft. After acquiring the proper seals for the Dana 300 from the local parts store.

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D300

I dug up the custom tools needed to remove the yoke from the output shaft. Sure you can do it without any special tools, but why risk damaging anything else.

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It is simply a 1 inch diameter shaft with a 1/2 inch hole for a bolt. Ideally the length would be the same as the u-joint to fit between the stops for the u-joint cap. Clamp the shaft in the u-joint caps with the straps/u-bolts used to hold the u-joint on the drive shaft. While holding the nut with one wrench, turn the bolt to force the yoke off of the output shaft. Remember to remove nut first. To assemble the yoke back on the shaft you can just place on the shaft and tap it back on enough to start the nut. Tightening the nut will finish seating it without any issues.

 

 

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