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I just had the engine out, but it was for the stator. It's all back in and running fine, I just plain forgot about this minor leak.

Do I have to take the whole clutch cover off to change the seal, or can I just loosen the adjuster and pry the shaft out? Just wondering if anyone has tried to do it this way?

It is such a minor issue, if I have to take the cover off I probably won't bother until I have another major issue with the motor out.

Thanks a lot!

OIL SEAL (10X16X4.5)
91259-VM0-000
http://www.westernhonda.com/fiche_s...ry=MOTORCYCLES&make=HONDA&year=1980&fveh=3431
 

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The clutch cover has to come off Brian, so you can get the clutch lever out. You can do all that without pulling the engine back out.
 

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dont for get to get a paper gasket too .
 

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OK, Thanks!
 
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