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Old 03-30-2016, 02:25 PM
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Default 03 cr125 - Right crankcase cover wont go on

     

So i did new shaft oil seal water seal and bearing on my water pump, i am certain it is together correctly, but i cant get the right crankcase to slide on. I was having trouble getting that kickstarter thingy at the end before the spring on the inside: but the spring that hooks onto the case could that be causing it? I look around the inside i couldnt see anything blocking it ive pretty much narrowed it down to the kickstarter. Ive been kickin myself trying to get this back together.
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Old 03-30-2016, 04:47 PM
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You might need to spin the water pump a little and try again. It won't go on if the primary gear and water pump gear don't mesh. Might take a few tries before you get them to slide together.
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