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How long did it take for oil to leak? First, oil seal material selection, second, oil seal selection. Third, the external environment (whether impurities enter). When changing, wipe around, grease, don't scratch the seal lip, etc.

t is recommended that you reflect the above situation to the supplier, so that they can solve the problem, do not make their own replacement.

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Whose engine do you have? Briggs and Honda have websites where you can down load their manuals and replace the rear seal.

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