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Old 11-13-2014, 06:31 PM
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Moto 2006 CR85 Running great, thanks! :o)

Hi,

I have a 06 CR85 that i traded for a Locomotive (1986 Suzuki Cavalcade)
It had no low rpm power and smoked to all get out.Because of a post i read on ATM i got her fixed up; Crank seal was simply pushed out of the seat. Thanks ATM members (esp PawPaw! )

I first pushed it back into the seat but after a short test ride she blew back out, so i replaced the seal and put a rubber ring on the shaft to keep it from blowing back out again. Now as i understand the seal blows out because f blow by which means the piston an or ring are worn, but i pulled the jug and inspected both and it looked great. Maybe it needs replacing but for now she runs excellent. Goodness the little sucker is fast!


here's a pic!

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Old 11-13-2014, 06:34 PM
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That is great to hear!
Many times we never hear back from folks asking for help.
Thank you,

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