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GL1500 Shifter Seal dimensions

Hello guys, i wanted to confirm the size of the seal on the shifter shaft, mother honda mexico just dont carry anything and i am not willing to wait up to 3 months, their standard delivery time. We have several shops that sell high quality seals, rollers and bearings and im going this way since a seal, is just a seal
i've googled around and found the seal size to be 14X28X7, can someone confirm that please?
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Hello guys, i wanted to confirm the size of the seal on the shifter shaft, mother honda mexico just dont carry anything and i am not willing to wait up to 3 months, their standard delivery time. We have several shops that sell high quality seals, rollers and bearings and im going this way since a seal, is just a seal
i've googled around and found the seal size to be 14X28X7, can someone confirm that please?
Honda's description for said seal

028 OIL SEAL (14X28X7)
91206-286-013

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Somebody told me a little Loctite on the seals helps keep itin place when you change it out.

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Somebody told me a little Loctite on the seals helps keep itin place when you change it out.
Why? It won't go anywhere.

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If the seal needs Loctite then there is something wrong.

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what you need is the 1500 shifter pivot device so the shaft doesnt move around and wear out the seal!
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By the way. Locktite will dry out the seal.

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