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Close up of the two 
halves of the rear main
seal adaptors that I 
machined to replace
the oil thrower used 
in older English engines.


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A modern seal fitted to
the input shaft of the
Behind that shaft lurks 
new ring and pinion
gears for an improved
rear ratio.  This allows
for better highway speed
at lower RPM's.
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Test assembly of the 
crankshaft in the two 
halves of the crankcase
and oil seal parts. Once
fitted correctly, the parts
had to be removed to 
install the flywheel and
do final bolt in with
gasket sealers.
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This view shows the 
front and rear oil seal


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View of the transmission
seal to replace the old 
oil thrower (shown).


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The tranny input shaft  
oil seal installed.


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This shaft drives the 
water pump and comes 
thru the distributor
housing. Shown is the
oil slinger threads
being machined to a 
smooth surface to mate
with the seal (below).


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To accommodate the
thickness of a seal,
a new cover was made
and the seal installed (L)
The RR cover is shown
at right.


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