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WD45 rear crankshaft seal

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Pat and MickeyD

03-20-2008 18:02:10




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Can the rear crankshaft seal be removed with out removing the engine. Any information would be appreciated.




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PHILL SNARTLAND

03-21-2008 08:58:22




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 Re: WD45 rear crankshaft seal in reply to Pat and MickeyD, 03-20-2008 18:02:10  
I was able to change out my rear crankshaft seal by loosening the main bearing caps and lifting the crankshaft up enough to get the seal and retainer out. So far it's been OK as far as leaking. Good Luck!



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JMS/.MN

03-20-2008 18:33:33




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 Re: WD45 rear crankshaft seal in reply to Pat and MickeyD, 03-20-2008 18:02:10  
A few years ago someone posted a method of replacement, using plastic strips and a wire. I printed it, including the pictures. Dated 9/28/2002. Check archives. poster listed an email of fiveacrefarm@earthlink.net.



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