Any chance you boogered up the new seal? Is the seal installed in the correct direction? If everything checks out, after you have disassembled and verified that the seal is in correctly and not damaged, clean and check for cracks in the area of the tailshaft. It would be wise to decrease and clean the area prior to disassembly. There is a small weep hole in the bottom of the tail shaft housing of the trans. This is to alert you that the output shaft seal is in need of replacement. Check to see if it is leaking out of this hole.
My SOA Build
Recovery Gear Basics
My BUDGET York OBA Install
Budget Welding Cart
Carling Contura Switch Panel
If it has tracks, tires or tits, its gonna cause a problem.
"Everytime someone "upgrades" a D35, an angel looses its wings."
"Dizzy" - What SnoopDog would call a Distributor if he was a mechanic. I cringe every time I hear this moronic term
Originally Posted by Warren Zevon
Send lawyers, guns and money. The **** has hit the fan...
92, 4.0, AW4, 8.8, D30, 15x10, 37's, SOA etc, etc
92, 2.5, 30, 8.8, 4.88, Locked, Winch, 15x8, 35's, 3.5" (RIP)