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Old 11-12-2007, 01:20 PM   #13
neepuk
Such a drag...
 
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Joined: Jun 2005
Location: Redstone, CO
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Originally Posted by kiriakos
The oil seal internally , is a sensitive part at the center , sticking parts in it , its a very hard task , especially if you have dust seals on top .
I do not know how it is actually possible , this method of cleaning , to work on my motorcycle .

Its the Showa boots , not compatible with this method ? , i do not know .

All that i know is , that my oil seals and dust seals , had become aged , and loosed their ability to operate.
You have to carefully remove the dust seal and slide them up and out of the way. Your feeler gauge will then slide right in. Sometimes a little oil on the feeler gauge will help.
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