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Old 03-27-2013
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t-19 tranny

what kind of socket do i need to remove the rear yoke so i can replace the seal and what size is it
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Old 03-28-2013
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Re: t-19 tranny

The socket/nut size is 1 1/8". I used a deep, 1/2 drive, with a 36" breaker bar. Keeping the output shaft from rotating is the trick. You may need to devise another lever, attached to the yoke, to keep it from rotating. I used a piece of flat steet (about 2" wide), screwed into two of the yoke screws, to keep it from turning while attempting to unscrew the yoke nut. If I recall, it was torqued on very tight.
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Re: t-19 tranny

Half inch impact.
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Re: t-19 tranny

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Half inch impact.
Half inch impact wrench,use the maximum pressure your compressor will provide. (Unless you have one of the ones that puts out 200psi)
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Old 04-04-2013
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Re: t-19 tranny

thanks everbody got it off
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