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Old 11-19-2006, 09:53 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by killer89
you dont want inner seals. If you seal the inside, how will it get any lubrication from the fuel?

Replace the rod first, then possilby bearings. Those pinched motors really need a new rod after they have been broken in most of the time.

I run all my motors this way never had any issues. The seals on these bearings leak slightly anyway so the oil does seep into the bearing. Never had one dry or fail on 10 or so motors.
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