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Old 10-30-2012, 01:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Richard Martin View Post
It might be nuts. It's been a while since I worked on one.

You need to test it. You'll need Stihl Test flange # 1118 850 4200, Sealing plate 0000 855 8105, Carburetor and crankcase tester
1106 850 2905 and Vacuum pump 0000 850 3500.

Or you could just take it to a dealer and let them do it.
The 4 Torx Head Bolts were snug, I just checked.

Honestly I probably could replace the crank seals cheaper than the dealer could test it. What do you think?

Oil Seal

Oil Seal #2
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