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The HardBall has started leaving a polite little puddle underneath it overnight, from a leaking shift shaft seal. Are they easy enough to centre punch and pry out from outside the case while installed, or is it better to remove the primary cover and pop it out? Anyone know the seal dimensions, to save me taking out the verniers? Being lazy there I know.

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The HardBall has started leaving a polite little puddle underneath it overnight, from a leaking shift shaft seal. Are they easy enough to centre punch and pry out from outside the case while installed, or is it better to remove the primary cover and pop it out? Anyone know the seal dimensions, to save me taking out the verniers? Being lazy there I know.
You can probably just push it back in.
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You can probably just push it back in.
This. Then add a a few washers between the shifter and the seal to keep it in place. It should be fine after that 5 minute repair.
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The HardBall has started leaving a polite little puddle underneath it overnight, from a leaking shift shaft seal. Are they easy enough to centre punch and pry out from outside the case while installed, or is it better to remove the primary cover and pop it out? Anyone know the seal dimensions, to save me taking out the verniers? Being lazy there I know.
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This. Then add a a few washers between the shifter and the seal to keep it in place. It should be fine after that 5 minute repair.
Thanks fellas, I'll give that a try. Cheers, Steve.

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