paperstreet wrote:Seriously, it would be great if I could just post these here instead of links.
Papik wrote:The easyest way to remove the crank bolt. Yout need a 24 size tool like this : http://tomnerszerszam.hu/shop_ordered/5 ... 07620L.jpg
Take the tool with fix rod to the crankshaft bolt, and rotate to the point where the tool and the frame meet. Then you turn the igniton key on to only a half second. Your starter motor will loosen the bolt...
arrowmntdiesel wrote:Yes, The hub will need to come off of the crank snout to replace the front crank seal. I also know that the front main cap is exposed and not under the oil pan. This could make it a bit easier to replace the front seal. As far as removing the crank bolt.....That may be a bit difficult without a impact driver. Trying to think of a way to stop the engine from turning over while breaking it loose???? The treads are right hand threads. Righty-tighty, Lefty-loosey!
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