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removed the bolt in the center of the rear diff yolk with a 13mm wratchet wrench and pulled the diff rearward. And she popped out easily.

the seal for sure was leaking, should of been a warranty deal but i was tired of someone else working on my ride. $9 new seal and its all done. The new seal is a little different style than the old one, i wonder if its a known problem.

anyways i decided to enlarge the diff drain hole to 2" and dimple die it for strength. Next is a stop by Napa tomorrow for a new drain plug. Hopefully i can find a bolt and copper gasket.







tack welded a piece from underneath to drill my center hole in.



2' holesaw later



dimple died the hole and walla enough room to turn a wrench while removing the rear diff drain plug.

 

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Good idea enlarging the drain hole. pulling that plug was a PITA.
Looks like that small diff skid on yours is as dented as mine. Wonder if the new UHMW skids cover that area as well?
 
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