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Old 06-12-2009, 04:44 PM
 
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Does anyone have for rent, loan or sale the rear main bearing tool for the one piece rear main bearing engine seal on a 1998 Blazer 4.3 ? I would need tool Kent-Moore J-35621-B Rear Crankshaft Seal Installer for GM or some equivalent to this tool or maybe some other trick someone has for replacing this seal.
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can you screw a self tapping sheet metal screw into the thin metal face of the seal? thats how i do it on diesel engines and gas engines i rebuild all the time, just use a small slide hammer with the vise grip attachment on it and clamp the vise grips on the screw and give it a slap and presto!!buuuutt sometimes your screw will pull out and you may have to try it a couple of times, if you dont have a slide hammer you can try to install the screw like i said before in the seal face and use an indexible prybar, claw, anything that will work on the screw head, hope this gets you were you need to be!!!
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That sounds like a good Idea for seal removal but I am concerned about proper installation of new seal.
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I have always tapped new seals in with a plastic faced hammer and never had issues. Have done this on quite a few one-piece rear main seals on GM v8s without issue.
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My plastic snap on hammer works for me everytime.
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