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  • Bad crank seal identification

    Recently pulled apart a motor for the first time and the crank seals looked worn so I poured a little lubricant and it went straight thru the seal from the other side around the edges. Is that supposed to happen? Or should it be completely sealed? Never gone this far into a motor before. Thanks!

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    Should be sealed. Only reason they go bad is bearing play, so make sure you replace the bearings too.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by dsport View Post
      Should be sealed. Only reason they go bad is bearing play, so make sure you replace the bearings too.
      Awesome will do thank you!! 🍻

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