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Can one of you guys guide me to where I can find the exact instructions to install the rear crank shaft seal on a 912 uls?

I can't seem to find it? Too many manuals

  • Re: crank seal

    by » one month ago


    Heavy Maintenance Manual

    section 72.00.00  parag. 3.4     ignition housing

     

    ''  Check the shaft seal (13) 32x52x7 for the crankshaft, if necessary, press new
    shaft seal into the block with an insertion jig, part no. 877270.''


  • Re: crank seal

    by » one month ago


    Does any sealant go on the seal first?

     

    I saw the page you reference but  I see no instructions, torques  or supplies?

     

     


  • Re: crank seal

    by » one month ago


    The seal is PRESSED in!
    It will seal itself.

    If you do not have the purpose-made jig, you can often get away with using an appropriately sized socket wrench.
    You need to press it in, NOT Beat it in!


    Bill Hertzel
    Rotax 912is
    North Ridgeville, OH, USA
    Bill.Hertzel@Yahoo.com
    Clicking the "Thank You" is Always Appreciated.


    Thank you said by: Fred Northup

  • Re: crank seal

    by » one month ago


    So no grease just press it in dry? Not sure how to get a press in there but we will figure out something.

     


  • Re: crank seal

    by » one month ago


    You asked about SEALANTs not LUBRICANTs.
    By all means, Lube it!
    You can usually find a Socket that is slightly smaller than the seal to use as a mandrel to press in the seal.
    The idea is to apply even pressure to the perimeter of the seal and not distort t in the process.
    Tapping the Mandrel with a mallet is OK.
    Using a flat punch and tapping at multiple locations around the perimeter of the seal will distort the seal's body and is not recommended.


    Bill Hertzel
    Rotax 912is
    North Ridgeville, OH, USA
    Bill.Hertzel@Yahoo.com
    Clicking the "Thank You" is Always Appreciated.


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