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    Does anyone know if a rebuild / seal kit is available for a Santana overdrive? I looked for a bit online and didn't find anything solid. I found some dead ends once I ran down a few links and little to nothing that can be ordered. I am leaking quite a bit right now and would like to slow it down some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ncrover725 View Post
    Does anyone know if a rebuild / seal kit is available for a Santana overdrive? I looked for a bit online and didn't find anything solid. I found some dead ends once I ran down a few links and little to nothing that can be ordered. I am leaking quite a bit right now and would like to slow it down some.
    Maybe here? ...http://www.heystee-automotive.com/webshop/index.php?action=home⟨=EN
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    That's my first phone call tomorrow morning. The web site said they had some parts but I didn't see an itemized list. They do seem pretty promising. I will say working off my IPhone is making things way harder. my laptop appears to be wired by land rover and is currently doing it's own thing.

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    Your lap top is leaking oil?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Icon View Post
    Your lap top is leaking oil?
    or is it letting the smoke out of the electrics?
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    Heystee may be a good source, but seals are seals, as are bushings, sleeves and bearings. Any good industrial bearing house can match them up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ncrover725 View Post
    Does anyone know if a rebuild / seal kit is available for a Santana overdrive? I looked for a bit online and didn't find anything solid. I found some dead ends once I ran down a few links and little to nothing that can be ordered. I am leaking quite a bit right now and would like to slow it down some.
    IIRC DAP used to sell them. You might give them a call.

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