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    I got a leaking seal on the 2 to 1 - where the 4 to 1 pops thru. Can I get that out of there and replace it without removing the 2 to 1. Any help?
    Marty

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    Re: 2 to 1 oil seal

    Marty:
    Peice of cake.
    Remove the cam. then using a good pair of duckbill pliers, grasp the seal ring, and with a twisting motion in conjunction with a pulling motion(to free ring from o-ring), remove. Then pry seal from case. replace o-ring. Be careful when reinstalling seal to insure it goes in square to shaft, as the outside of the cover does not provide a perpendicular surface with which to align seal. Then replace seal ring with lube on inside and outside surfaces.
    Good luck my friend.
    Roscoe.
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      Re: 2 to 1 oil seal

      Originally posted by Roscoe:
      Marty:
      Peice of cake.
      Remove the cam. then using a good pair of duckbill pliers, grasp the seal ring, and with a twisting motion in conjunction with a pulling motion(to free ring from o-ring), remove. Then pry seal from case. replace o-ring. Be careful when reinstalling seal to insure it goes in square to shaft, as the outside of the cover does not provide a perpendicular surface with which to align seal. Then replace seal ring with lube on inside and outside surfaces.
      Good luck my friend.
      Roscoe.
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        Re: 2 to 1 oil seal

        Thanks Roscoe, I tought I could but didnt want to waste the time of trying if it wouldnt work.
        Marty

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        • #5
          Re: 2 to 1 oil seal

          If this is the first time you try this, I would drop the cross conveyor out of the way so to see better what you are doing.

          Peanut
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