Join Date: Sep 2003
Location: Southern Arizona for awhile...
If the bearing froze, it's either tearing up the countershaft or the engine case. If the bearing had a couple knicked steel balls in there, then it's producing alot of heat. Both of those things could be eating the seals. If the mud you got in there before was some bad stuff, it could have worn down the output shaft diameter, and the new seals won't have a tight sealing surface against the shaft.
Those three parts are the only ones in contact with the seal, besides the left side engine case. It has to be something there causing it.
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