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It's easy to remove the old crank seal, and put a new one. The tools you need is a self taping sheet metal screw because the crankshaft seal has heath sides.2)a screw driver 3)a pliers. Use the screw, screw the edge of the old seal, screw it toll you get 1 or 2 thread, then use the pliers and grab the screw and pull.Vola the seal will pop out. Then clean the ...


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i just did mine.tough to get it out, but i did get it out.This is what you have to do.There are no pulley that can go in to grab the gear.what you have to do is use a propane torch heat it up, then have a soft hammer i.e. a brass hammer, tap the edge of the gear rotate the crank shaft ,and tap with the hammer.you also have to put wd40 oil on the gear and ...


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From your question, it appears you are completely rebuilding the engine. Part of the process of rebuilding an engine is to check the cylinder deck and head to ensure they are within flat tolerance. You do this by using a machined straight edge. If these areas are within tolerance, then you don't need to have then milled, just clean them up and Bob's your ...


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