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64 c10 drive line extension leaking
#1451457 Thu May 12 2022 02:04 PM
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Hello , I have a 64 c10 with 350 and the 350 turbo transmission with an drive line extension. It's been leaking ( slow drip) we replaced gasket seal where it bolts to trans ( tried a few different gaskets. The guy at the shop replaced the seal up by the front u joint, still got that drip. A transmission guy looked at it and did not see any cracks in the collar. ( may could be a hairline crack)

Has any one else had this issue or can provide and ideas to help with the drip?

I may buy new collar but not sure if that will fix the issue

Re: 64 c10 drive line extension leaking
Tator salad #1451459 Thu May 12 2022 03:01 PM
Joined: Apr 2005
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The rear housing should have a bronze type bushing pressed in that the input yoke actually rides on. If the bushing is worn or the yoke has a groove or substantial wear, a seal won't fix the leak. It will be necessary to remove the rear housing to replace the bushing.
Fred


1956 3100 Pickup/Red/350/3sp OD/PS/Disc Brakes
1957 Bel Air Sport Coupe/Red/355/TH350/PS/Disc Brakes
2017 Silverado LT Single Cab SB/Black/5.3/6 Speed Trans
1947 Willys CJ2A w/F-Head engine
Re: 64 c10 drive line extension leaking
Tator salad #1451728 Sun May 15 2022 06:02 PM
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Real good chance it is your U-JOINT that's leaking. It's common and easy to check. Pull driveshaft and hold vertical to pour gas into spline end of U-joint. If it drips the freeze plug has a pin hole in it.


Evan

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