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Thanks, Planetman; Part number? 200 1988

" Only issue is alignment of the wear groove on the crank or cam shafts. You want the seal contact with the crank or cam shaft to not contact the same location of the wear grooves where the prior seal install was. So, in a little bit more, usually, or out if the former seal was pressed in further at the factory."

Very good advice, better have the new seal contact on fresh metal.

Last time I had a new clutch kit installed I instruted ( and supplied the mechanic ) with 1500 grade grit wet paper to polish the crankshaft before pushing in the new oil seal. I asked him to use paint thinner to rub to clean metal. Then clean surface with new cloth.






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