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Old 11-04-2004, 07:28 AM
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Default crankcase seal

has anyone replaced the right side crankcase seal? how hard is it to do and what all do you have to take off to get to it? i think its my seal because it smokes bad and spits oil like crazy. ive checked reeds, did a top end, checked carb. so it has to be this seal/. any help?
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Old 11-04-2004, 10:02 AM
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Default Re: crankcase seal

It's not too bad. Drain coolant and oil and use 8mm allen wrench to remove rear brake pedal. Pull the rh side case cover off (not just the clutch cover, the whole thing), the water pump cover will come off with it. Once it's off start diassambling the clutch. After the clutch is off you'll should be able to see the crank seal. An impact for removal only would come in handy, otherwise you can use a penny/nickel to wedge between the gear teeth to keep the crank/clutch from rotating when removing the nut. Good luck.
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