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Old August 3rd, 2012, 09:48 PM
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Salisbury pinion drive flange f**king thing

Leaking like it has the clap. Pulled the flange off and it has a deep groove where the seal goes. Anybody have a decent one I'm your man.
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Old August 3rd, 2012, 10:22 PM
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Speedi Sleeve

-Jeff
YES! I did this with my Sals, then I did Firemanshort's Sals. Let me dig up the Speedi part number (available at Napa FYI).

------ Follow up post added August 3rd, 2012 10:24 PM ------

CR99187. The trick is you need to basically put it on backwards. Let me post a basic pic.
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Old August 3rd, 2012, 10:29 PM
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I need to get off my arse and do a technical write-up for this...I have the pics and the notes, just need to carve out the time. It will obviously help some folks. But here's a couple of pics that will give you the general idea. Don't forget to mark the pinion nut relative to the shaft before you take off and/or count the revolutions.
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Old August 3rd, 2012, 11:04 PM
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Pull an all-nighter. Its not like you aren't up at 1am on a regular basis.

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True, but that is generally brainless stuff that requires no thinking. Plus getting up early to break in the 2 year old kid into some light wheeling tomorrow.
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Old August 4th, 2012, 10:29 PM
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I have at least 1500 miles on the Speedi-Sleeve repair and not a drop on the driveway.

I highly recommend.
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I don't get the putting it on backwards thing. Won't it just slide on if it is heated and the pinion flange is frozen?
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I don't get the putting it on backwards thing. Won't it just slide on if it is heated and the pinion flange is frozen?
Why don't you try it and let us know . Or....instead of waiting an hour to freeze the flange you can just spend 5 minutes tapping on the speedi-sleeve. But you may have more time to kill on a regular basis than I, or you may choose to use that hour while waiting to get caught up on the most recent episode of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey". Whatever floats your boat Bill!

But on a serious note, the Speedi Sleeve is damn thin...I wouldn't risk heating it as it may warp/distort.
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OK Did my research. I see it all clearly now. Thanks for the part number.
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Usually just sticking the flange in the freezer ( the wife loves it when you do that sort of thing) is enough.. You can drop the sleeve into boiling water for a couple of secs if you like but just remember..as soon as that sleeve hits that flange it cools very rapidly due to how thin it is so you may end up tapping it down anyway.. I have used hose before on worn crankshaft sealing surfaces.. They are great..
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I think I will just go and get the updated flange kit with all the new seals
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I think I will just go and get the updated flange kit with all the new seals
That reminds me...use the National seal 9316 as the oil seal in the diff...do NOT use the genuine. Also available at Napa (or Amazon).
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I think I will just go and get the updated flange kit with all the new seals
We have the kit.

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