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Removing rear pinion to change seal.

How do you get the pinion out to change the seal?... i have the d shaft out, changed the u joints, changing the output shaft seal, fixing the pump rub with jb weld, and going to change the pinion seal since it looks to be leaking all over the diff... how do you get the pinion out? Just remove the nut and get some sort of puller on the balancer and it all comes off ? OR does the balancer come off first? And where the hell do you find a 12 point socket that big?


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Thumbs up pinion seal replacement

Here you go.
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i don't think thats the right one.......


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Sorry. I read rear pinion I think rear end.

(FOR SALE) 2004 Silverado 2500 HD, LB7, Resonator capped, shiny mod's - billet door handles and buckets, Centerline Blackfoot forged wheels, and a drop in K&N filter. New Headgaskets, Injectors, Cups, Turbo and Nicktane Cat Filter mod. ****(AND IT IS FOR SALE)****
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Big. Ass. Impact. And. Socket.

that nut is a constant torque nut.
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Sorry. I read rear pinion I think rear end.
well its kinda the right one but i don't think its a 2500hd for this instructions.... they don't look the same...


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This is the all except 9.75 rear end.
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