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    Js 550 crank oring question

    Got the case split and replacing crank seals. Top end is still sealed up and I would like to avoid breaking it down if not nessasry.

    inner crank bearings have o-rings on them. They are a little bunged up and one has a chip/split in it. How important are these?

    Can the crank and pistons be lifted out the bottom end or do i need to split the top end?

    Will post pics later tonight. Old seals literally fell apart when i split the case. Crankseal journals are pretty. Asty too, and about a cup of black oil came out the flywheel cover.
    JS 550 85'
    JS 550 87'
    SX 300 91'
    X2 89'
    SL 650 Triple 92'

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    Re: Js 550 crank oring question

    Oh and the middle bearing with the double o-rings can be moved around, is this one supposed to be tight to the crank?





















    JS 550 85'
    JS 550 87'
    SX 300 91'
    X2 89'
    SL 650 Triple 92'

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    Re: Js 550 crank oring question

    Quote Originally Posted by PWCguy123 View Post
    Got the case split and replacing crank seals. Top end is still sealed up and I would like to avoid breaking it down if not nessasry.

    inner crank bearings have o-rings on them. They are a little bunged up and one has a chip/split in it. How important are these?

    Can the crank and pistons be lifted out the bottom end or do i need to split the top end?

    Will post pics later tonight. Old seals literally fell apart when i split the case. Crankseal journals are pretty. Asty too, and about a cup of black oil came out the flywheel cover.
    The best way to go through an engine is the right way. When corners are cut it can leave someone subject to taking an unexpected swim mid summer. IMHO, all seals, pistons, rings, gaskets and bearings should be replaced when overhauling an engine.
    Your engine looks like a good candidate.

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