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didn't pay much attention when i took it off, but is it suppose to push the crank seal up to the crank bearing? i can't see any reason why the back wasn't machined flat????????
 

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but is it suppose to push it in 3/16" further than it should be?
Thats around how deep the seals suppost to be, even the stock stator plate has a lip on the back.

Give you guys a little tip about this,

DONT, DONT, DONT,
try to finish pushing the seal down into place with the stock stator plate as you tighten the bolts down, it will bust that stock stator plate quicker than a cat can lick its tail.
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Thats around how deep the seals suppost to be, even the stock stator plate has a lip on the back.

Give you guys a little tip about this,

DONT, DONT, DONT,
try to finish pushing the seal down into place with the stock stator plate as you tighten the bolts down, it will bust that stock stator plate quicker than a cat can lick its tail.
Neil
i heard dat!! and i'd like to also add that it can and will cause the seal to kick sideways too. causing a leak.
 

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hmmm... if the seal gets pushed in that far it's gonna cover the little hole that i thought was there to let premix get to the crank bearings? so whats the purpose of that hole?
 
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