Left sprocket seal replacement

Discussion in 'Transmission' started by Wi_duker, Jun 12, 2013.

  1. Wi_duker

    Wi_duker Member

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    Can the left sprocket seal be replaced without tearing apart the crankcase?
    It seeps oil. RIght now my bike has the tranny out waiting for third gear.
     
  2. tourbox

    tourbox Senior Member

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    You should be able to pop the old seal out.Put the new seal in the freezer for awhile,grease the outer & inner edges, then put the new seal in. I done this a few times on Shovels & Evo's.
    tourbox
     
  3. Jack Klarich

    Jack Klarich Expert Member

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    Welcome to The Forum, Tourbox has you covered here, take care to not nick the sealing surface of the new seal when installing it and you should be OK
     
  4. flst89

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    Replace the spacer also.
     
  5. Wi_duker

    Wi_duker Member

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    I think I left this part out
    The primary is off the bike. If the primary is on maybe it wont be leaking?
    I am waiting for gears and a new clutch basket so the bike is parked with the primary open and the primary and clutch off the bike leaning on its jiffy stand
     
  6. RibEye

    RibEye Junior Member Contributor

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    If the primary is off, why not go ahead and replace the starter and mainshaft seals in the primary? If the tranny seal is toast, you can bet that the ones in the primary are not far behind...

    Enjoy,
    Rich P