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tcase output shaft play video

I made a video showing the play in the output shaft on my tcase. Can anyone tell if this looks normal before I go replacing that leaky seal? I was getting ready to do this video and shook that shaft once and and that drip at the seal dropped right in my dang eye just before I made this video...

I just don't want to go to the trouble of pulling output shaft to replace a seal only for it to go bad again because I have a bearing shot in the tcase.
Never done any of this before and don't know what would looks acceptable. Any help would be appreciated!

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Go ahead and pull the drive shaft out and look at the splines on the t-case shaft, and inside the drive shaft, and see if they look worn.
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