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    Attention ***** PWCToday.com Is My Home Away From Home JonnyX2's Avatar
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    Re: 1995 750 SXi rebuild

    Use OEM crank seals...or not
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    Re: 1995 750 SXi rebuild

    Really appreciate all of the advice. Cylinders are being bored by recreational motorsports in Anamosa Iowa. Painting looks great. I am stuck on flywheel removal and case splitting. Going to replace the seals while im this far. Couldnt find a good link or thread so some direction is appreciated!

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    Re: 1995 750 SXi rebuild

    Respectfully, and sincerely, When doing work your self on your PWC I strongly recommend getting a shop manual for your ski. Personally I prefer the old school print type, but I am sure you can download one for free on the internet.

    A shop manual will give you all the "correct" procedures, torque specs, etc.

    To remove the Flywheel, you need a flywheel puller. Be sure to use anti-seize on the threads. Also use heat on the flywheel. Done correctly it will come right off. Done wrong, and you can pull the threads out of your flywheel, making it extremely difficult to get the flywheel off.

    Same with the PTO. There is a tool, used correctly with an impact and with heat it will come right off. LH turn to loosen.

    DO some reading on a leak down test, so you can test your engine when you are done with reassembly.

    Hope this helps.

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