Suzuki Samurai Transfer Case Gasket and Seal Kit

Leaky transfer-cases leave spots on your driveway and eventually cause premature gear failure. Keep the environment clean and seal up that transfer-case the right way. All Suzuki Samurai transfer-cases come from the factory with gaskets not silicone.

If you use silicone alone you are not shimming the transfer case correctly and the bearings may wear prematurely. The shift collars may even be running constantly in a bind against the shift fork. This is not the way the transfer case was designed to opperate and will eventually require a costly repair.

Low Range Off-Road carries all parts needed for a good transfer case rebuild. If there is something you do not see on our website, please feel free to shoot us an email or give us a call and we will help you out. We stock a full line of OEM and aftermarket components to rebuild your transfer case correctly the first time.

A little help to our customers installing the rear output shaft seal:  This seal is a lot easier replaced by disassembling the transfer case itself.  Our 6.5:1 Gear kit has some good instructions on how to disassemble the transfer case. 

In the pictures, it looks as if the rear seal is pressed in flush with the outside of the transfer case housing, but please note that the seal should be pressed until it is flush with the inside of the housing. (Looking inside the housing it will be flush with the shoulder)

This will help keep your oil off of your driveway!

Additional information

Weight 0.35 lbs
Dimensions 18 × 12 × 1 in