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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-15-2002, 03:33 PM Thread Starter
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1982 SJ410 Leaky T-Case questions: NEED GURU

I'm looking for someone who has experience with the old-style SJ-410 Transfer case.

I have noticed it's a little "drippy," but when I went to the garage this morning after yesterdays run I realized it's leaking seriously.

Because of the "fling patterns" it looks similar to when I blew a rear pinon seal, so I'm going to assume that the seals need replacing on those too. No need figuring which one, I'll just do 'em all. Not too expensive of a job.

My question is such: Everything I've bought for this thing so far has been some wierd morphodite size. This T-case has the "small flanges." Does anyone know for sure what seals go in this puppy?

ALSO... Are there any other seals or things that I should check while I"ve got the shafts out?

I can do this job with the T-Case installed, yes? I'd rather not drop it.

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Re: 1982 SJ410 Leaky T-Case questions: NEED GURU

Before you decide its just the seals, check how much play is in the input/output shafts. Hopefully it is just the seals, and not bearings!

call Hawk Strickly Suzuki, he probeably has the seals in stock. If someone has the 410 parts book we can compare numbers to the 86-88 #s I have.

input, 29971-80050 (possible replacement. 29971-80051, book was marked up...)
fr out, 29971-80050
rear out, 29972-80050 (not a missprint unless it was a missprint in the book...)
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Re: 1982 SJ410 Leaky T-Case questions: NEED GURU

Here are the suzuki part numbers from my sj book, output seal to the front end and the input from the tranny are both part # 09283-35020, to the rear end is part # 09283-40009. These numbers might cross up, they're from the 82-83 parts book. The seal to the front end and the rear seal can be done easy but the input from the tranny would be a little harder
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