From:Dave Hennessey
Subject:RE: RE: RE: Crank Seals Question Date:Thu Aug 15 11:18:13 2013
Response to:18719

If you are disassembling your engine, you really need to have a Service Manual. Good News! It is still available from your local Harley-Davidson dealer.

1958-1966 American-Made Lightweight

Part# 99444-93 - Reprints of original service manuals and
parts catalogs for the Hummer 125, ST165 Super 10, Pacer,
Scat, Ranger, Bobcat and Topper scooter. Also lists the
colors, accessories and equipment for each year and model
from 1958 to 1966. MSRP US $40.00

Check the first listing under our "Parts" section for all the antique literature still available. H-D's website has changed, and they don't show the list of all the different books anymore. But you can type the part number into Search on their web site, and it will show it.

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My questions is, the left crank seal is I assume behind the bearing? Does this mean the cases must be split to replace the crankshaft seals? Was hoping the service manual links on this website would work but they appear to be just pictures. I would appreciate any tips and/or advice. thank you!!