My truck needs new main seals, so im told, how diffcult are these to change and is there like a quick short term fix to this problem.
So can a 360 Rear Main, provided the old seal comes out without a problem....i wasn't that luckyHybrid 1ton said:440 rear main seal can be replaced in about half an hour.
1 more reason to get a big block
Did you try having someone rotate the crank while you tried to push it out in the same direction?ChrisKD said:So can a 360 Rear Main, provided the old seal comes out without a problem....i wasn't that lucky
I dropped the pan (came out with ease), removed the rear main cap and the seal refused to come out, it ended up packing in. So i loosened all the caps and dropped the crank down a bit and got the Seal out that way.
KThaxton said:As well practiced as I am, I can't do it on my 360 in half an hour. Maybe 2 hours, but I never work fast.
Hybrid 1ton said:That sort of thing happens with age.
I have the same problem. I let people say it comes from being lazy, because it is, but I tell them it is because I am being carefulKThaxton said:It comes with being a lazy ass.
Your question was answered in your thread.grassmaster1 said:And which way is correct? I am doing this right now and I need to know which way the rubber seal is meant to go in. Flat side of the fin toward the back or front? Anyone?