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Replaced rear T-case output seal, want to replace nuts and such on reassemble. The seal was easy to find, but most sellers just have that listed, and not all these other things I need. Any help with part numbers would be muchly appreciated. Also, can the spline seal cause much of a leak? So much dextron on everything taking it apart, hard to tell if it was the main seal or the spline seal leaking.

- Spline seal (RTC6363) <found that one's number

- Output shaft flange nylock nut, the big one
- Output shaft flange big washer under the big nut
- Prop shaft bolts and nylock nuts
- Case seal dust shield (this had to get bent up to remove)
- Handbrake drum positioning screw (the posidriv one like on brake rotors)
 

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As below, from the NDA parts book:

- Output shaft flange nylock nut, the big one - NY112041L
- Output shaft flange big washer under the big nut - 571468
- Prop shaft bolts and nylock nuts - 509045P + NZ606041L
- Case seal dust shield (this had to get bent up to remove) - 571970
- Handbrake drum positioning screw (the posidriv one like on brake rotors) - SF108201L
 

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Thanks Dtoyne!

Has anyone ever doubled up the spline shaft seal? There seems to be room for two...we do this on old flat 6s and it really helps keep oil off the floor.
 

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Oh one other question, sorry. How deep is the lip on the special tool? I'm using a coffee cup that is a perfect drift. ;) . I set the seal about 1/4" in, where the spline shaft is positioned pretty well and in a slightly new spot for the seal lip to ride on. That got me thinking about doubling them up.
 

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Unpopular topic I guess? 8~
 
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