[TR] Front Crank seal

Paul Tegler ptegler at verizon.net
Sun Dec 8 17:27:03 MST 2019

a round wood block, or as I use, a 1" drive large size socket and a dead 
blow hammer can set them easily and squarely


On 12/8/2019 1:11 PM, Jim Vass wrote:
> I'll be watching as my other friend removes it then presses in the new 
> one.
> Now that I know what can go wrong it's fairly easy to see if the seal 
> is sitting properly in the cover.
> I suspect that this seal was slightly bigger than the old one hence 
> was very hard to press in squarely.
> There's very very little space between the seal and the oil slinger so 
> the seal has to be all the way in.
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