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      10-30-2023, 07:58 PM   #67
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can someone tell me if this seal is intact or not? thank you in advance
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      11-23-2023, 08:57 PM   #68
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Seal looks fine. No signs of seepage or leak, looks good!
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Since this thread is still living, I gotta ask... what's the worst that can go... and what would be salvageable?
Mainly asking because I spun a rod bearing and am looking for a new crank and have seen engines for sale with this being the problem. COULD the crank go bad... or the engine spin a bearing? I know the oil pump could be toast, passages, timing chain, bent valves and on and on... but chances of it damaging the crank?
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