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Do you put any type of lube or sealant on the outer edge of the seal before you drive in the main seal or torque converter seal? I have used Hylomar for this in the past with no adverse reaction and I do have experience with seals but never one as critical as this one is labor wise and I am trying to research as much as I can to insure I get it right the first time. I do have a cross beam support, transmission adapter for my long frame jack etc to complete the job tool wise. I will try to find the seal tool you refer to by searching some more. All I have found so far is using the thin plastic of a 2 liter bottle for fashion a seal "ramp" to allow it to go over the crank. Thank you again.
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