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Reply #15 - 02/02/19 at 15:17:05
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Also purchase a new throughout bearing for the clutch pushrod  . Examine the pushrod for any scarring and if it looks good just polish it with crocus cloth
  

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Reply #16 - 02/02/19 at 15:18:06
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Also purchase a new throughout bearing for the clutch pushrod  . Examine the pushrod for any scarring and if it looks good just polish it with crocus cloth.
  

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Reply #17 - 02/02/19 at 15:41:34
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Check out Motobins, for any clutch pushrod and related parts .They are very good to deal with .  My memory re all of the parts in the clutch pushrod assembly is 8 years old and not reliable as that was the last time I had one of mine apart ..Talk to Damien at Motobins ,he is very good.
  

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Reply #18 - 02/03/19 at 12:44:33
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Thanks John. Im very familiar with motobins, I'v gotten quit a lot of stuff from them over the years.

Just to be 100% sure before I start ripping out seals.

This is the clutch pushrod oil seal right?
https://photos.app.goo.gl/rv5EzZDNjZFp3xLk8

No. 15 in this blowup.




And, I cant seem to get the clutch assmebly off. All 6 bolts are out, I tryed heating it a little, and give af few gental taps with a hammer, but it wont budge.

  

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Reply #19 - 02/03/19 at 15:14:18
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#15 is not a seal that is the inner race of the pushrod bearing
  

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Reply #20 - 02/03/19 at 20:14:25
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Soeren wrote on 02/02/19 at 13:58:55:
When I removed the transmission I noticed a smalle rubber ring and a spring seal tangled together next to where the clutch control enters the transmission.

I tryed to identify it in the realoem parts fiche, but can't find it.

https://i.imgur.com/J2LIO2n.png

What is it, and has more of it dropped into the transmission?


i think this the seal you are looking for
  

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Re: Bolts for clutch removal tool
Reply #21 - 02/04/19 at 03:13:33
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that seal is at the opposite end of the transmission (front).
  

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Reply #22 - 02/04/19 at 20:20:58
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This is the seal at the front of the input shaft on the  OD
  

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Re: Bolts for clutch removal tool
Reply #23 - 02/05/19 at 14:19:18
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Mrclubike wrote on 02/03/19 at 20:14:25:
Soeren wrote on 02/02/19 at 13:58:55:
When I removed the transmission I noticed a smalle rubber ring and a spring seal tangled together next to where the clutch control enters the transmission.

I tryed to identify it in the realoem parts fiche, but can't find it.

https://i.imgur.com/J2LIO2n.png

What is it, and has more of it dropped into the transmission?


i think this the seal you are looking for



Yes this is it, after I wiped it down I found a tear in the lip and I want to replace it. How do I best go about getting it out, can I get it out with a pick tool?

I have a set of these:
  

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Re: Bolts for clutch removal tool
Reply #24 - 02/05/19 at 17:10:31
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Most people use a suitably sized screw driver and (maybe) a rubber mallet to remove small seals. Learger seals are usually easily removed by running self tapping screws partially in around the periphery and then using a screwdriver or a claw hammer to lever them out using the screw heads.

To put seals in, a socket of about the same size and a rubber mallet usually works. But for big seals (for example the rear main seal) a proper tool is advised.

If you are a person that must have the "correct" tool, these are good examples of ways to spend money:

https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/10-Pcs-Bearing-Race-Seal-Driver-Installer-Set-Remove...

https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/12-Rubber-Seal-Puller-Remover-Oil-Grease-O-Ring-Grom...


PS - for my sins I own both of the above.

This one however is money well spent:
https://www.cycleworks.net/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=18

It will also set the big seal in the final drive.
  

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