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post #1 of 5 Old 05-02-2010, 12:25 PM Thread Starter
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Changing Rear Oil Seal

Gentlemen, I need to change the rear oil seal in my 2009 Brute 750, question is, how hard is it to do myself? And how do I go about doing it in steps? Thank you for your help.

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Unless it is pouring leave it, they all seep
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Drain the oil, pull the driveshaft out with your hands, it compresses in the middle. I
found the easiest way to remove the seal is drill a small pilot hole in it, find a self tapping wafer scew, im sure others will work. Scew it in the hole you drilled, then us a
prybar and pop it out. Install just lightly tap the new seal in til its flush.
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What he said but expect the new one to seep too. Also put some grease on the lips of the seal, the sealing part not around outside
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Well thats usefull information boys thanks....I just didnt know if you had to take apart the u joint or not. I might leave it for now I have a mud run coming up this weekend. Mine hasnt leaked up until now and sitting in the garage there are oil spots. I will change it eventually, nobody likes a bike leaking oil. I can see the new one seeping hopefully not leaking.

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