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1938 Plymouth Trunion seal


Rondo
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The only trunnion I can think of on that era Plymouth are in the ball & trunnion joints on the driveshaft. And the seals on those do not contact any shaft that would get a groove. So I have no idea what you are talking about. Could you describe the major component you are working on? Better yet, can you post a picture?

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You will have to remove the drive pinion flange to install the seal. Your better local auto supply, the on with the machine shop in back, should be able to get the correct size Speedi-Sleeve (sp?) and install it for you if you take it in to them.

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it would be easier to help if you posted a picture   I have a 36 Book     can not be that different    axle drive pinion comes out of the cage  the drive pinion flange slips over it and the oil seal rides on it     this is the area of wear      you can go to a bearing supplier and they can put a speedy sleeve and fit with a new seal and there should be no leaking

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