Well the battle of the leaks contiues once again in the '82. I took the T-case apart and redid the silicone on the case halves to stop that leak. If you have an older Blazer and have never opened it up you're in for a surprise. The little magnet had collected a ton of the metal flakes that accumulate over time. The thrust washer and another one was laying in the bottom of the case too (not my doing, but I'm glad I found them). Anyways I was trying to pull the whole back half of the case off to put on my silicone so I could do a real neat job but I couldn't get it off. I pulled on that thing for a while but couldn't budge it. I'd get it almost all the way off but it would always hold up on the end. I pulled with some strength but not alot of force, never used a hammer or anything damaging to the aluminum. Anyways I got my silicone on with the halves pulled open a few inches and resambled it. Now I would like to fix the leak comming from the rear driveshaft. I changed the rear oil seal but still no luck, so it must be the bushing. I would like to take off just the tailshaft and take it down to get a new bushing put in (I don't have the tools to do the installation of the bushing correctly). Does anyone have any tips to get this off with out getting held up. Should out take out the speedometer gear assembly because i didnt the first try. I'd also like to change the front seal too and that should about as easy the rear one. Thanks June 2001 - The Texas Sawz All masacre begins. Be afraid rust, be very afraid.