I am trying to understand why the centering of the mandrel is so critical when installing a rear main seal on a Tr3. The rear main cap is pulled down tight and the oil scroll is going to throw the oil back into the engine once the RPM rise. I see how the rear seal on the cap lets the oil flow back into the pan, but that ultra-precision of the centering seems not too critical to me. The holes in the aluminum piece are not slotted, so how do I move it much anyway. I know I am not the sharpest tool in the shed, but understanding helps me. Anyways, I will most likely purchase one of Mad Max’s seals, but if I do not need the centering tool why buy it. I am still waiting for Art’s stock rear main to leak, but perhaps he is out of oil and does not know it. The last one I did leaked badly. Using too much Indian Head gasket sealer might have contributed to rear main leaking on mine because I fear the small hole feeding the oil back might have become partially plugged. I see one of Mad Max’s seals for sale EBay and I see that TRF has them. If I buy from the TRF, I will get their warranty on parts, so that seems the way to go.