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Unread 11-11-2007, 06:45 PM   #1
cj847
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slip yoke seal

Sorry for the newbie question but I can't find it in the search. On a driveshaft with center slip yoke (like a front double cardan). How do you get that seal at the slip yoke off without destroying it? I have the two halves of the driveshaft apart cleaning and inspecting the splines and I want to remove this seal to clean the "female" side of it. Is it just a force off?

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