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03-28-2012 09:21 PM
Tofer76 the service manual doesnt show it at all except in the parts diagram
03-27-2012 10:26 PM
OlHossCanada
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anyone ever tackle the job of changing the oil seal where the clutch pull is at the bevel gear?? i am leaking right there and am wondering if its as simple as pulling the shaft out or useing a pick to pry out the seal w the shaft in place?
I have never done it, but the Clymer manual has the procedure thoroughly covered with about 3 pages of instructions and pictures.
It doesn`t look particularly difficult, but there are several parts that need to be manipulated properly to dismantle and reassemble.

Not sure what the downloadable Kaw service manual from TOC manufacturing, (or Kanuck69`s sigline) has for instructions, but you need to get one of the service manuals.
03-27-2012 10:05 PM
Tofer76
Oil leak

anyone ever tackle the job of changing the oil seal where the clutch pull is at the bevel gear?? i am leaking right there and am wondering if its as simple as pulling the shaft out or useing a pick to pry out the seal w the shaft in place?

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