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Old 12-30-2012, 10:51 PM
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Originally Posted by BigFish View Post
From the looks of things, you should have replaced the seal behind the flywheel. All that grit, you might wanna take a close look at the shaft/ seal
contact area.

Do you not have a vac./pressure tester?
I thought sure that the seal behind the flywheel was out but it was clean
and dry as could be. There was a little leakage on the other end of the crank behind the recoil but no gue like in the picture. I put a new seal behind the recoil. Yes I got a pressure tester rig that will be used next. So both crank seals are good and I verified that the cyclinder gasket was good when I pulled the cyclinder off twice.
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