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Hello guys! I am trying to replace a camshaft clutch release oil seal on a suzuki gz250? Also, am I in way over my head? Is this something that can be done without taking the whole engine apart? I think it can be, according to the book. i just don't want to force the seal out. Optional Information: 2000 Suzuki GZ250 Already Tried: I am trying to change the oil seal for the cam shaft clutch release and don't know the process to remove the old seal and camshaft. My book simply says 'remove old seal and camshaft' no technique or instructions are given. Thanks for your help!!!

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  • Scott Clifford May 11, 2010

    Do u have the old one out yet??

  • johnny kies
    johnny kies Mar 27, 2014

    the comment below said to just pry the seal out. did he mean to pry the hole cluth realease arm out?

  • johnny kies
    johnny kies Apr 03, 2014

    any body their i have the same problem rancheroburr posted in 2009

  • johnny kies
    johnny kies Apr 03, 2014

    any body their i have the same problem rancheroburr posted in 2009.

  • johnny kies
    johnny kies Apr 03, 2014

    Any suggestion are well welcome!

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The only way to remove the seal is to pry it out, be caerful and don't damage the shaft or case.

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