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    I have 2 1993 Tundra LT's and both of them are somehow getting water into the chain case. I put new gaskets on the covers but the problem persists. Any ideas? I assume there is some sort of seal on the shaft that drives the track and that the water is seeping in through that route. If that is the case how hard is it to change that seal? Any advice is appreciated. Thanks.

    Dave
    Soldotna
    To offend a conservative, lie to him... to offend a liberal, tell him the truth

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    Your seals on the drive shaft are most likely gone letting in water.
    It is not hard to change them just go slow.
    You might have to take the undercarrige out to make it easier to get the driveshaft in/out.
    Best to change both bearings on the driveshaft as you are going to have it apart.
    Get a manuel if you can they help out a lot or see if a dealer can print out the page with the parts with how they go together.

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      Parts

      http://216.37.204.206/xtremepowerspo...?Type=12&A=133
      Tim

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      • #4
        Thanks for the help guys.....

        The advice and pictures really help. I'll dive in to them this weekend. Thanks.

        Dave
        To offend a conservative, lie to him... to offend a liberal, tell him the truth

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