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    Is this correct?? Installing crank seals

    I've gone over Osidebills's thread over and over and just want to triple check if I have installed the crank seals correctly on my 01 GP1200R.

    The front seal has the metal facing out toward the stator cover.

    The 1st rear seal (Photo 2 this seal has the 4 tabs) the tabs facing the rear towards the 2nd seal.

    The 2nd rear seal (Photo 3) has the flat face towards the rear(PTO).

    Thanks for the help in advance.
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    nope that is wrong on the rear that needs to be reversed so the part showing now is mated with the same looking surface on the other one. you should have a spring seal facing in on the inboard seal and facing out on the outboard seal. there should also be some tabs that face out on the rear outboard seal.

  3. #3
    Got it!!

    Thank you!!

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