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post #46 of 56 Old April 25th, 2012, 08:25 PM
 
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post #47 of 56 Old June 30th, 2012, 04:14 PM
 
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Re: Do you need to split cases to replace crank seal (pto side)?

so hows anyone whos done this holding up still, any leaks or seal doing its job?

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Re: Do you need to split cases to replace crank seal (pto side)?

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The OE Seal is 35mm x 72mm x 7mm (lipped)

I found 2 diifernt seals that will work one is 8mm thick instead of 7mm but there is penlty of room as a matter of fact it fits better then the 7mm one

SKF 14096 = 35mm x 72mm x 7mm

SKF 13923 = 35mm x 72mm x 8mm

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I cleaned the seal sitting surface on the block really good - I used the "Right Stuff" (item #29208 Permatex) on the outside surface just as added insurance and I lube the seal/Crankshaft surface with a little high temp grease

If you got oil on that belt you can clean until the cows come home....

Here's what I have if you want them, I have both of these seals (they were my spares incase I ever ripped the main seal open again) and I have a Brand new Polairs Belt (3211130) you can have it all for $85 bucks shipped to the lower 48
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I don't need them any more since the WEBER swap and I'm running a DDP Clutch

Disclaimer: Although this worked perfectly for me, perform at your own risk, we were extremely careful to make sure the seal went in straight and without nicking – I also let the “Right Stuff” dry before changing the engine oil and starting – Good Luck were all counting on you!! LOL
Are the seal number you stated for a 800?
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Re: Do you need to split cases to replace crank seal (pto side)?

They are for the 900.
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Re: Do you need to split cases to replace crank seal (pto side)?

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They are for the 900.
They are not, at least not for 2011 XP 900.
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Re: Do you need to split cases to replace crank seal (pto side)?

When I get back home I will try to go see which one I actually used and let you know.
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Re: Do you need to split cases to replace crank seal (pto side)?

Anyword on which seal for the 900? Is it the same when taking it out as the 800?

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Re: Do you need to split cases to replace crank seal (pto side)?

I was wondering if the seal has held up or did it start leaking again? Can you guys give an update im getting ready to do this to my rzr 4 800
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Re: Do you need to split cases to replace crank seal (pto side)?

Curious, if there is a seal for the 1000 as well? Thanks in advance
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Re: Do you need to split cases to replace crank seal (pto side)?

Does this apply to the 800 as well?
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Re: Do you need to split cases to replace crank seal (pto side)?

THANK YOU
Hard to get seal here in Canada, ended up costing me $50

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