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 Posted: Fri Apr 14th, 2006 10:20 pm
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kdog



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the tool is like a plastic tube with 2 different sized holes at each end,the larger hole is for seating the bottom of the seal-insert the seal into the tool and slide it over the shaft- carefullt tap down on the tool with a peice of 2x4 on edge and a mallet,make sure that the seal starts on straight and continue tapping until the seal is completely seated and then invert the tool and slide the smaller hole over the top of the seal and push it down unitil it begins to seat- when you tighted the new airbell on,it will completely seat the top of the seal.



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