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    crank (4-tec) question

    In the snout of the crank there is a rubber seal looking thing, is it needed? If so what is it for.


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    on the pto? if so, that keeps the splines lubed by trapping oil in the coupler.

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    Sh%t i was afraid of that.

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    well good news is its only 10.00 but I will need to pull the motor out again oh well I'll get it right one of these days....

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    In an rxp hull you would'nt need to pull the motor to install that. Just need to pull the drive shaft, bearing, and pto coupler and then you can install it through the hole. Probably easier to just pull the motor on the conversion though.

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    You only need to pull the motor on a conversion if you still have the midwall.

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