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2003 Kawasaki KX 250 how to replace the front sprocket oil seal

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Get a new seal before taking the sprocket off. Remove the sprocket cover plate. You will see two small bolts holding a lock plate on the sprocket. Remove the bolts, lock plate and sprocket. Clean the sprocket shaft so the new seal is not damaged when installing. Now just pry out the old seal any way you can with a screwdriver and small hammer. Install the new seal flush with the casing.

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G,Day back.Not sure about how much oil to put in the forks but may be able to help you stop the leak.Get a film negitave from a camera.Like the ones that come in the developed packet.Cut the notched section off the side of it.Trim one end at 45%.Now slide this into the fork seal and with a sawing action,move it all the way around the seal.When you get the feel of it,you will be able to feel bits of dirt in the seal.When you do,pull it out and the dirt will come with it.Do this a few times.This will work if the seal are not cactus and is cheaper than a rebuild.Hope this is of some help.

Posted on Aug 17, 2009

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SOURCE: i have a oil leak behind the front sprocket,there

If you lean the bike over to the right , no oil will come out while you change the seal. If any did come out it would be quite slow. This seal and bearing will have a pressurized oil feed

Posted on Aug 30, 2010

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I would replace the seal AND the shim also if the shim appears faulty. tombones49_247.gif

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I would replace the seal AND the shim also if the shim appears faulty. tombones49_247.gif

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Kawasaki kxf 250 is leaking oil from the back of the front sprocket how hard is it to fix problem


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