I have a set of kar seal spoons that are great there little and work amazing I have gotten seals out with no damage at all but oz post is how I did it for years the amount of run out is thousandthsHave you pulled any of these seals without changing the entire bearing? Since the seal is available separately.
I don't think there is any metal debris, it is probably just old. The top end or bottom end did not shed any metal. I would like to at least pull it first and then I can also see if the plastic bearing cage is ok.
I don't have a dial indicator but I can't feel any play either direction. It feels tight. What kind of numbers do you usually see so I understand magnitude?
Do make sure the crank/rod is closed to center of counter bore in cases for cylinderDont get all caught up in the press or heat which one is best which one is better and not they both work they both produce the same results with the same outcome it all depends on which way u see fit and is comfortable with period
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Thanks for the feedback. No crank play that I can feel in either direction.Nice balls! If there's no play, I'd just replace the seal and rock on... after another vacuum test of course.