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    Crank Casing Seals Question

    When installing the seals it shows that some type of grease gets put on them? What type of grease is this and where do you put it exactly. Looks to be put on the inner circle.

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    Here are some pics

    I noticed before I sent the crank off I lost the pin for the front bearing on the crank. I bought another pin and I am just left scratching my head on what to do with it besides stick it in the hole. It doesn't speak of it in the manual. I have pictures of both. Thanks for the all the help guys.
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    The pin keeps the bearing from spinning.It goes into the case.Use 1211 3 bond and put it on the outer part of the crank seals to ensure a good,leak-free seal.This will seal them when they are in the case grooves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WATER WOODY View Post
    The pin keeps the bearing from spinning.It goes into the case.Use 1211 3 bond and put it on the outer part of the crank seals to ensure a good,leak-free seal.This will seal them when they are in the case grooves.
    Ok got it. Now which hole does that pin go in? There is one small you can see in that picture that looks like it goes to the inside of the bearing. The other is a bigger hole that is shallow. On the inside of the crank casing there are three holes. Two go through to the top of the crank casing. The small one in the middle does not. The pin won't fit in the small hole, but then again the crank cases are ice cold right now.

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    Just dry fit the upper case half and the crank.This will show you were the pin goes.The other holes are for oil.

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    Make sure the crank seals go in the right way! Also,use grease on the seals and crank itself when sliding them on.

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    You are a bad ass! THANKS!

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    775-315-0222 if you need live tech help...

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    Bwah! Oh no. I am out of Yamaha Marine Grease and my Yamaha store is closed for the day. Oh the humanity!

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