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leaking driveshaft slip yolk

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by 87superblaze, Jan 24, 2002.

  1. 87superblaze

    87superblaze 1/2 ton status

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    87 blazer with 241 T-case (slip yolk coming out of T-case) New drive shaft from Arizona Driveshafts. Rebuilt T-case and new rear seal. ATF seems to be coming from nowhere???? I switched to the old d-shaft for awhile and no leaks! Switch to the new one and it leaks?? Beats the s^^t out of me! Any comments very welcome.

    BTW 2" spring lift, 2" block W/ 2 deg. angle, T-case lowered, 14 bolt FF. THANKS for ANY help.

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  2. 87superblaze

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    OOPPS! I see a post right under mine. Posted near the same time. But more comments welcome. What is the fitting they are talking about?

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  3. New driveshaft in, it leaks, and old driveshaft in it doesn't. I would take it back to AZ Driveline and ask what's up, might be there problem, might not. But they might have an answer anyway
    Just a thought

    '84 K5

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  4. 95 Silverado

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    there should be a plug in the end of the splined yoke, behind the u-joint, this is usually a flat plug that seals the end of the yoke, I've seen them leak before.

    '95 Chevy Silverado 1500
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