It looks like the whole back end of the trans is moving as evidenced by the exhaust pipes moving too. You need to repeat the test by holding the trans immobile.Since yoke wobble can be subjective, I took some video. Is this to much movement, or is this what it should be?
I have a leak out of the Muncie tailshaft on my '71 350/270.........The seal is doable in the car, the bushing would require a special tool made by Snap On to remove in the car...........
Following up on Gary's excellent suggestion to attach the straps to a center puller, and me being a gadget guy, what do you think of this addition to the setup?Thanks!
I don't see why not! If you could get it bolted to the puller, keep the straps centered and still have the jackscrew running through the center somehow, probably so!
slide out the slip yoke and look at the OD, if it's chewed up then the bushing is too and most likely it will leak. Snap On made the tool to get in there, if you look up Jack Panzica's thread on his recent diff rebuild he found one on ebay and used it.I have a leak out of the Muncie tailshaft on my '71 350/270.
Will replacing the seal, and not the bushing, stop the leak?
I don't want to pull the trans, at the moment.