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Can the sprocket oil seal be replaced with out splitting the crankcase

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Yes, carefully pick out the old one(pry it out with a tapped screwdriver or similar object), and when you press in the old one,oil it up, make sure you use a cup shaped object, large socket or special tool to tap the new one in evenly.plz rate-bozcro

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