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    Default How to video: Gear Swap

    Couldn't find any videos on how to do this. Figured I'd make one for those that have never done it..

    Learning to drive,, One change of shorts at a time...
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    Nice video thanks JJ
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    Thank you for the video, Great presentation. I have one in a box and one needs a new plate. looks like I need to send those out for the initial setups.
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    Nice job, liked the music too.
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    Thanks for the video! by any chance do you have one about replacing the output shaft seal??? maybe one with any helpful tips ? just wondering im going to be doing that next I know basically what to do but getting the bearing out of the lower housing iv heard different people do different stuff like pressing the bearing out or putting the housing on a heating plate and heating it up so it falls out? not sure whats better or easier but again thanks for the video!
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    Outstanding this should help many.
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    One thing to add, is to slide a plastic bag under the v-drive to catch the oil before you split the case. Keeps the floor cleaner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by liquid addiction View Post
    One thing to add, is to slide a plastic bag under the v-drive to catch the oil before you split the case. Keeps the floor cleaner.
    Or an old frisbee
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    Quote Originally Posted by beaverfab View Post
    Or an old frisbee
    J.J. The Frisbee goes under the driver in the seat to catch his..........during the run
    Originally Posted by gn7 "Stick to making the worlds best engine stand."
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    Yea. I wrote a short note in the description of the video. I sucked all the oil out of the box with a hand pump thru the hole in the back. Then there is no need for a plastic bag or anything, you only end up with a couple tablespoons of oil on the floor. I know it doesn't get ALL the oil out, but that's typically how I change the oil too.
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