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Question for Crosley or Jakeshoe 700r4

Have either of you ever scarf cut the turbine shaft oil sealing rings? What is the best method of installing these rings?
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Have either of you ever scarf cut the turbine shaft oil sealing rings? What is the best method of installing these rings?
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yep ,I scarf cut them often. I prefer the L cut sealing rings on the input shaft.

Best way tooi install the solid rings is with the proper tool , about 90 bucks that last time I looked.
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What are you calling L cut , the cast iron type that has the hook type latching?
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yep ,I scarf cut them often. I prefer the L cut sealing rings on the input shaft.

Best way tooi install the solid rings is with the proper tool , about 90 bucks that last time I looked.
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What are you calling L cut , the cast iron type that has the hook type latching?
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there are L cut teflon sealing rings... as they sit in the groove / land area... the rings fit tightly via the shapes of an L . Not the interlocking design of the metal rings.

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