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replacing rear oil seal in drive train, page 4-2, item 12, $46. at dealer , local bearing shop said they could not find seal. The trouble start in August while on vac. and rear wheel bearings went bad. I have had a small drip where wheel goes on the last couple of mts. Hope the new seal will help , due to arr. monday.

Replace belt 3mts. ago 62K, I removed the cvt and haD dealer replace the belt.

Bob , lakeland,fl.

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+1 on curiosity about taking the CVT off.

There must be a burr or pitting on the sealing surface, which can be solved with a Speedi Sleeve

SKF SPEEDI-SLEEVE is a well-proven solution to overcome problems with worn shafts, without having to disassemble the shaft or specify a new seal size, while offering an excellent sealing surface. The new generation of SKF SPEEDI-SLEEVE is designed to even further enhance the total sealing system performance.
http://youtu.be/09LiVbqL6ss?t=1m5s
 

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I spent abt 8 hours each way on replacing the cvt belt, If u follow the manual , it will tell y to remove many things that are not necessary, like the fuel injectors, It is only necessary to lift the frame abt 4 in. high to clear the cvt, good time to do the first valve check, mine were just fine. Bob, lakeland

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thanks for the reply. good info. heres some pics of similar angles. this is from the german guy that used the jack on top of rear wheel. looks like he lifted the frame about 3 or 4 inches this way. just thought it was a good illustration. i drew the red lines on it to show the clearance.
 

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