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How to change the shifter shaft seal - 1984 Honda VF 750 S

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Remove shifter an linkage, the seal is like a doughnut with
a # 8 self-tapping screw into the center part of doughnut ring @ 10:00 and 4:00 positions

don't go deep just enough to thread in seal

then use 2 pair of visegrips an clamp an pull seal out

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