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Trans leak at CV

In the middle of my 5 lug conversion. where the CV joints attach to the transmission, it appears that both sides have leaking/seepage. I have tried searching but I really don't know what I am looking for. Easy, or too much, not worth the effort, don't bother? Gaskets, bearings? TIA
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Seals. You replace them by removing the axle flanges from the transmission. I haven't done this job with the trans together, so I don't know how difficult it is.

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Thanks Dave, part number?
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The PET says: "999 113 183 40 radial shaft seal 45 X 68 X 10"

Aftermarket, $5

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Piece of cake to do, no disassembly of the transmission is required. Unbolt the CV, there will be a bolt in the center of the flange. Remove it and pull the flange off. Clean and replace seal, put it all back.
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yep. easy job.
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