Steering box seal.

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Sonarman
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Steering box seal.

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Has anyone removed and replace steering box seal without removing the steering box? Is it possible?
Mine just started to leak. Thanks in advance!
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Hotzenplotz
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No way mate.
Getting the steering out is less than an hour
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Sonarman
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Steering box seal.

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Has anyone removed and replace steering box seal without removing the steering box? Is it possible?
Mine just started to leak. Thanks in advance!
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Please post questions in the appropriate category. Thanks! (Moving this to suspension)
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Re: Steering box seal.

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Hotzenplotz wrote: Thu Jun 13, 2019 2:52 pm No way mate.
Getting the steering out is less than an hour
Albert, I think he means the seal by the Pitman arm, the one sticking out of the body. I just changed mine from under the truck, without removing the steering gearbox.
Maybe you are thinking about the o-ring seal?
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