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Hey ive just replaced the steering head bearings and i cant get the top seal to go on , the serial number on the seal is 320/28jrrs-2 any help?

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The seal is part of the tapered rollor bearing, the seal should not be seperate, you might be able to remove it from the bearing but it technically is one piece, the part number that you should have replaced it with is 92116-1076, the number that you posted up is correct.

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