Replacing a Crank Seal

You are going to need 71 and 80. Also, order a right hand case gasket, coolant, clutch cover gasket, and water pump rebuild kit.

Be easy putting in the seal, there is no stop and it will end up pushed in against the crank bearing. Don't ask me how I know :banghead:

You sure it's not that the crank bearing is giving out and loose, which in turn causes the seal to leak? Don't want to jump to conclusions but on a bike that old if it's the original crank it may need a rebuild. 

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