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Old 06-19-2013, 04:42 AM   #20
driggles
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Originally Posted by AntonLargiader View Post
Until then, I would just take the blunt side of a knife with some thin cloth over it and sweep out the seal area. Might be all you need.
I just did this on my R100RT, and used the drill, screw & pull method...drilled two small 1/16" holes at 9 and 3 oclock and screwed a sheet metal screw in about 1/4" deep. Alternate prying on each screw till it pops out. The surface that the seal lip rides against will probably be a little dirty, I cleaned mine up with crocus cloth to get it nice and smooth. The new seal will sit against an inner lip "stop" so you just drive it all the way in till it stops.
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