Output flange recondition needed? Drip

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Hey guys,

Is scoring and pitting like this on a front transfer case output shaft flange something that needs fixing or usually isn't a problem?

I've had a persistent drip from my front output flange, (76 FJ) and have replaced the seal with an improved Marlin seal.
That slowed the drip down quite a bit but it is still dripping.
Do you all think that the scoring & pitting is where the oil is seeping by?

Any advice on if the solution ,
and how to remedy appreciated ...

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73FJ40

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Speedisleeve. It's a stainless steel sleeve that you press on to the wear surface, that's thin enough to let you use the standard seal.
 
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99169 should be the part number you need............as with anything else you get off the internet.........measure what you have and verify before ordering anything
 
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Depending on how deep the pitting is you might need to fill the holes. I have used devcon epoxy with great results. The seal can put enough pressure on the sleeve where it will form to the pits in the flange and its possible you can have another leak sometime later.
 
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Update:
Correct number speedi sleeve is 99147 for the front output flange ... 99169 diameter is too wide for a '76 4 speed case.

Also posted some other applications in the photo from Pirate

Thanks again

H

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JohnnyC

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63-80 pb brum use the same speedi sleeve

CR99177

As per @Poser

As with all 'Tech' from poser keep this in your memory bank ... this is the correct sleeve for the pb drum

I used it fit great no more drip
 
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Thanks Kurt!

I ended up with an local speedi sleeve (cause I was ancy) and it's not dripping now after 24h!

Thanks to all for the help! Love this group, so helpful always .

Hunter
 
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