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Crank and shift shaft seal removal technique


thejunkman

Here is a quick and easy way to remove oil seals from the engine or transmission cases without splitting them. Watch the video for the step by step process. This technique only works on seals that can be installed from the externally (outside)

Video WITH the explanation of what I am doing and the tools I am using

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x190kpb_crankshaft-seal-removal-replacement

Original video

(Edit: Youtube forced an audio swap which took out my explanation of what I am doing in the video)

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You don't even need a slide hammer, simple self tapping screws and heel bars or big flat tip screw drivers work good. 

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You don't even need a slide hammer, simple self tapping screws and heel bars or big flat tip screw drivers work good. 

 

Yep, lots of ways to do it.  Depending on how much room you have to work with.  This is just one particular way.

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