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    1050 97 rear seal

    gday
    i'm building a 1050 for a mate and i am not too clear on which way the rear seal goes in, it has only one seal with one spring


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    Spring faces inward towards crankshaft.

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    thank you and you have nice boobs

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    Now I know your an aussie
    She might be brazilian too

    Cheers

    Bernie

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    Quote Originally Posted by winterstick View Post
    thank you and you have nice boobs
    Hey Crazy I hope you don't get that complement too often. It could hurt a mans self esteem.

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    them are some great boobies A ,

    with how many peeps that have really hot chicks on here with 3 boobs and just boobies 2 end with we might as well just all of us ,


    so when jerry comes 2 check on us we'll look like a bunch of pervs

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