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Can't find a clutch push rod seal
Written by douglasvanb on 1/1/2011 at 11:41 pm

Hi A.J.,

It isn't 22865-MB0-003 is it? Or maybe 91209-MB0-003 ? Both of those part
numbers are from the Left Crankcase Cover microfiche.
http://www.directcon.net/lcshepp/PC800PLPageC9.html

Otherwise do you have a photo of the part and where it goes exactly?

Cheers,

Douglas

--- In ipcrc@yahoogroups.com, "aayjayhod3" <aayjayhod3@...> wrote:
>
> Happy New Year to all of you.
>
> A little while ago I talked about having to change out my stator in order to
get my charging system back on line. The stator change worked thanks to someone
who mentioned Ricks Motorsport Electric. However, after swapping the stator out
I noticed that I had a lot of oil leaking from the clutch slave cylinder. When
I removed the slave cylinder to investigate I found that the large oil seal in
the left crankcase cover was damaged.
>
> I had always had a seep type leak. But I never knew where it was coming from.
It may be that in removing and replacing the cover I may have opened up a
damaged seal a little more.
>
> Here's the problem, the seal isn't listed in the parts diagrams online. You
can see it detailed but not listed. And, I can't find this seal anywhere.
>
> It's about 1" in dia., about 1/4" thick and accomodates the push rod shaft
that measures about 3/16" dia. It's an easy press fit from the inside of the
crankcase cover.
>
> Does anyone know if there is a part number and/or where to get a replacement?
>
> Thanks,
>
> A.J.
>

Message Thread for message #99718

aayjayhod3
1/1/2011, 11:00 pm
Can't find a clutch push rod seal
Happy New Year to all of you. A little while ago I talked about having to change out my stator in order to get my charging system back on line. The stator change worked thanks to someone who mentioned Ricks Motorsport Electric. However, a