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Old 05-20-2019, 11:20 PM   #11
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Yes, that would be the way.
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Old 05-20-2019, 11:24 PM   #12
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Nah, you can remove driveshaft and if you have small enough hands you can reach right up through the tail shaft of the transmission and pull the rear main seal out of the engine. It’s magic, almost like you pulling that quote out of your ass lol

I was suggesting that he remove the transmission instead of the engine. I find it MUCH easier to remove the transmission than the engine.
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Stop leak.
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Methinks this thread went full retard.
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it did indeed...

anyway i was thinking of putting a v12 in my truck....

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Old 05-21-2019, 03:48 PM   #16
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Thanks for the input I just wrote a hole thing about what I was gonna do and then it posed to something else. But Im going to go take it to a shop to get it checked out Its an amazing truck and I only bought it for $1000 so its done its time either way. I think its gonna be worth the 800 or so bucks to have all the work you guys mentioned done to keep the longevity of the truck. Thanks again Ill keep it updated as to how it goes, if it eventually blows up ill make it a full time 4x4 and try and get a D21 pathfinder for work. Gota Love these D21s the body style beats any new truck and your right with the calculations of how much a day a new car is, Screw That! Thanks Again!
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Thanks for the input I just wrote a hole thing about what I was gonna do and then it posed to something else. But Im going to go take it to a shop to get it checked out Its an amazing truck and I only bought it for $1000 so its done its time either way. I think its gonna be worth the 800 or so bucks to have all the work you guys mentioned done to keep the longevity of the truck. Thanks again Ill keep it updated as to how it goes, if it eventually blows up ill make it a full time 4x4 and try and get a D21 pathfinder for work. Gota Love these D21s the body style beats any new truck and your right with the calculations of how much a day a new car is, Screw That! Thanks Again
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