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    Senior Member assquatch20's Avatar
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    So I'm looking at this diagram, of what I would hope is the countershaft. Are part numbers 23 and 30 the seals I need if I've got the cover off? I'm throwing a new sprocket on and was wanting to make sure I ordered the right seals.



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    You could get those and replace them if needed, but I wouldn't unless they are leaking. The gasket I get when I am replacing my sprockets is number 3, just in case the old one rips.
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    23 and 30 are the correct seals. 1-inch PVC pipe is an excellent driver.




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