I just did that last night... It was pretty easy. The O rings were dried out and leaking.
I pulled the shaft out too far. I was taking it easy just trying to get it out just far enough, but it just slipped out in one shot and the far side thrust washer slipped out. So, after thinking *oh crap* for 5 minutes, I pulled out the shaft entirely and took the PTO cover off, and looked in down through the shaft bore to see the far side thrust washer hanging down. The little tang that keeps the thrust washer from turning was keeping it in relative alignment. So I put some wheel bearing grease on the thrust washer, and pushed it back into alignment with a screwdriver, and the grease stuck it there long enough to slip the shaft back in. I would say that you should only try this if you can afford to dismantle the T case if it doesn't work out. It took me 45 minutes including refilling the T case and tranny (h55f drains out into the T case when you pull the shaft). Now the T case is super dry.
1994 FZJ80 with Mitsubishi 4D3 power
Originally Posted by goldchaser
Well known fact the 60's body was developed in a wind tunnel!
The 75 series they got the sum blokes to stand in front bent over,dacks down,when they farted an engineer threw sum flour in the air and called it good.