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Anyone ever replace the seal for this?



Do you know what is involved to replace the seal? If so, what?
 

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Normally you can do it by removing the shifter shaft, pulling the old seal out with a small screwdriver or what ever you can winkle it out with, it's just a press fit. Once the old one is out just press in the new one with a socket of the same diameter. Be sure to put some tape over the splines on the end of the shifter shaft, the lips of the seal are very easy to damage, also gerase up the shifter shaft to help protect the seal lips. No grease on the outside of the seal, you don't want it to pop back out.



Have some mana on me, I think anyone with over a hundred posts deserves some.:clapper:
 

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Thanks Paul, I actually found a seal at the Honda dealer. I was shocked that they actually had one!! I was also able to get the dust and main seals for the rear caliper too! Man, I should've gone to Vegas! :D
 
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