Sealing crankcases

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frilly
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Sealing crankcases

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Hi guys, can anyone advise me the best way of sealing my crankcases as I've just done the bearings? Kind regards Neil
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vwJim wrote: Thu Oct 01, 2020 10:57 amCuril K2
Agreed. Use a VERY THIN coat. I used a small paintbrush. You can only see the Curil where the brush streaked it...
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Acetone does a good job of cleaning any oil from components or even fingerprints that have got on the sealing surface too.
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Lovely , thank you guys!
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