All solutions are temporary. Eventually any mechanical device will fail.Well, I like most of it—up until the last phrase....”at least for now.”
That's just gravely's idiosyncratic ways. The small seal (which is inside the hub) is called the inner seal. Even though it's outside the transmission. The big seal (which is in the trans case, outside the hub) is called the outer seal. Even though it's pretty much inside the transmission. Go figureSomething that’s been bugging me: Why is the seal that is outside the transmission called the “inner seal,” and likewise why is the “outer seal” inside the transmission?