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Guys, I have a 2000 Tundra, 4.7, 4WD with an AT. I have an output seal leaking on the Transfer Case. It is the seal at the Front Drive shaft. I understand I need the output seal, a companion seal and possibly the staked nut. I just want to make sure I get the correct parts. I was going to order online (probably Rock Auto) as I do not have a dealer near me.. There are several seals to choose from and I am a little confused as to which ones fit my truck. If anyone could point me in the right direction or recommend a particular seal manufacturer I would greatly appreciate it.

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Guys, I have a 2000 Tundra, 4.7, 4WD with an AT. I have an output seal leaking on the Transfer Case. It is the seal at the Front Drive shaft. I understand I need the output seal, a companion seal and possibly the staked nut. I just want to make sure I get the correct parts. I was going to order online (probably Rock Auto) as I do not have a dealer near me. There are several seals to choose from and I am a little confused as to which ones fit my truck. If anyone could point me in the right direction or recommend a particular seal manufacturer I would greatly appreciate it.

Mike
Any Toyota dealership will help you, but the following guys are good at what they do and definitely will give quick email response w/o long wait time or flat out ignore you like most do. They offer good competitive prices that beat all dealerships with quality service from what I've experienced. Enter your VIN # and research for the part needed on their site, then put your order in if your confident enough about it w/o calling. Or just call beore ordering. They always check your part order info to your VIN to insure the right part is being delivered. Good luck.

 

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022, Thanks for the reply. I will certainly keep them in mind in the future. However if anyone is interested the part i used to fix the truck was National Seal Part #: 710114. The job took only about 2 hours. Not bad to do yourself.
 
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