It is easy to damage the equipment if you do not know
w h a t you are doing. Do not try to do this task unless
y o u are experienced a t it or you have an experienced
p e r s o n with you.
Rear oil seal tends to wear, a groove in crankshaft
C h e c k to see if there is a groove in crankshaft flange (1). If there is, set
u p dial indicator (2) as shown. F o r best reading, pull crankshaft away from
d i a l indicator.
I f groove in crankshaft flange (1) is more than 0.005 inch deep, get a new
c r a n k s h a f t ( 3 ) . Then go to frame 21.
If there is no groove or groove is less than 0.005 inch deep, check crankshaft
f l a n g e (1) for minor nicks, scratches or burrs.
Dry cleaning solvent is flammable. Do not use near an
o p e n flame. K e e p a fire extinguisher nearby when sol-
v e n t is used. U s e only in well-ventilated places. Fail-
ure to do this may result in injury to personnel and
d a m a g e to equipment.
I f crankshaft flange (1) has minor nicks, scratches or burrs, smooth it with
c r o c u s cloth dipped in cleaning solvent.
GO TO FRAME 15