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Unread 03-31-2009, 11:38 PM   #226
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Put down the wrenches and step away from the Jeep!



Seriously, get that dam thing fixed and stop crying! :P
Are you using the right seal?

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Unread 03-31-2009, 11:43 PM   #227
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crying ****.
im about to throw a hammer through that tcase, no crying here

wait....






but yes theyr the right seal. they fit in their perfectly.
napa p/n NOS18108...i know that off the top of my head sadly.. go look it up yourself
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Unread 03-31-2009, 11:52 PM   #228
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is that for the internal slip youke or the external slip youe 242?
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Unread 03-31-2009, 11:58 PM   #229
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factory seal on the left. the 2 right ones are from napa
the inner lip is being chewed away
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Unread 04-01-2009, 12:08 AM   #230
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is the output bearing bad, or you think you got it with the clips?
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Unread 04-01-2009, 12:15 AM   #231
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the one on the right looks unused???

napa picture.

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Unread 04-01-2009, 12:16 AM   #232
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that bearing is brand new (in the tailcone that is)
as is the tailcone.
because i did this to the last one, by accident, trying to get the slinger off
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Unread 04-01-2009, 12:18 AM   #233
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the one on the right looks unused???

napa picture.

it wasnt. i was just about to put that one in. i was just taking a comparison pic amongst the three.
i believe that third one did the same as the first 2. then the 4th is the one that held, but i destroyed it trying to take the slinger off.
the slinger is this little *****

(rusted piece that caps off the seal)
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Unread 04-01-2009, 12:23 AM   #234
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Remind me not to let you anywhere near my Jeep with any kind of tool!

From looking at the first picture of the current tail cone, and the seal, the seal shouldn't be anywhere near the bearing. looks like a decent amount of space there. your saying there is a clip between the bearing and seal? What for? isnt the bearing pressed in from the other side?


Your oiling that seal up good before you slip it on right?
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Unread 04-01-2009, 12:32 AM   #235
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i was mad cuz my mom was sitting there ripping me a brand new one about god knows what and i swung twice with a hammer and missed the piece i was using to try and dislodge it, and cracked that thing. needless to say i was hitting that thing real hard.

there is a gap.
on the tailshaft there are slight groves that, where the diameter is thinner than the rest of the tailshaft in general. your supposed to put 2 lock rings in those grooves. the first groove is right up against the bearing, when you put a lock ring in that grove, it holds the tailshaft from moving forward and backward.
the second grove is just on the outside of the seal, i believe you put a lockring there to hold the seal in place (as if it needs anything to hold it in place, that SOB goes on TIGHT). but that is also the same that chews up the inner lips of the seal if you do not put the lockring on the groove closest to the bearing.
the first 3 times i did not even realize this and never put the lockrings back on.

and yes i dip a napkin into some atf and coat the seal with it
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Unread 04-01-2009, 12:34 AM   #236
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yea, thats the little dust cap thing for the seal.

now, when you look at that thing again, look to see if you buggered up the shaft when you took that thing off. maybe there is a bur or nick there that is slicing the seal when your installing it and messing the seal up before it is even run. then make sure the area where the seal rides is nice and smooth. Just stupid stuff but hey.

I cant find a diagram of that external slip yoke yet on google. I have the internal so I cant compare for you.
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Unread 04-01-2009, 12:37 AM   #237
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Is there supposed to be some sort of washer between the last clip and the seal? doesn't make sense to have a seal ride against the clip like that.
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Unread 04-01-2009, 12:40 AM   #238
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this isnt it though but its a 242.

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Unread 04-01-2009, 12:45 AM   #239
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Is there supposed to be some sort of washer between the last clip and the seal? doesn't make sense to have a seal ride against the clip like that.
yes. i think i mighta lost it. ill try and find it tho.

diagram


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1: Front case
2: Bolt
3: Drain / Fill Plugs
4: Nut
5: Detent Pin
6: Seal
7: Seal Plug
8: Detent Pin Spring
9: Detent Plug
10: Bolt
11: Rear Bearing Retainder (a.k.a. Tail Housing)
12: Goo in a Tube?
13: Magnet
14: Vent Tube Assembly
15: Spacer (there are 2 for this half of the case)
16: Washer (there are 2 for this half of the case)
17: Bolt (used for the spacer & washer listed above)
18: Retainer (used with the 12-point head bolt that holds wiring out of the way)
19: Indicator / Vacuum Switch (speedo gear assembly)
20: Indicator / Vacuum Switch Seal
21: Vent Tube Assembly
22: Vent Tube Assembly
23: Vent Tube Assembly
24: Rear Case
25: Oil Pump Tube O-Ring
26: Oil Pickup Tube
27: Oil Tube Pickup Connector
28: Transfer Case Oil Filter (screen)
29: 12-Point Head Bolt
30: Lock-Ring
31: Transfer Case Flange Slinger (also pictured is a slip-ring if equipt)
32: Output Shaft Bearing
33: Reatining Ring (snap-ring)
34: Output Shaft Seal
35: Slip Yoke Boot Front Clamp
36: Slip Yoke Boot Rear Clamp
37: Slip Yoke Boot
write up to tear it down, this might help you get an idea
http://www.mallcrawlin.com/forum/showthread.php?t=8549


edit: all of jeepforums font just changed on me.. weird..
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Unread 04-01-2009, 12:49 AM   #240
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check this out...

If you type in "NP242 external slip yoke" into google, look at the first picture! thats my case!

http://images.google.com/images?hl=e...p+yoke&spell=1

Its also the last pic on that page!



anyway, John, look at that picture real good. #30 and #33 are the two clips were talking about right. one looks like an outer clip and the other in an inside clip. so the small one would go up against the bearing and around the shaft, and the larger one would be on the inside of that tail housing up against the seal. and that part of the seal isnt moving so that clip isnt the problem.
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