At 10:37 PM 8/2/2004, you wrote:
>Several years ago I installed the "new improved type" seal sold by
>Restorations. It has always leaked however not as bad as the old scroll
>type. I read where they later said that the instructions for turning the
>crank were wrong and the it should be cut down less than what they
>Well the leak has increased recently.
>Anyone know if they have a "improved, new improved type seal for those of
>who followed the instructions and turned too much off the crank?
Some crankshaft grinding companies offer selective electroplating
followed by a regrind to the correct size. I have never had it done
or have any idea of cost, but it is an option.
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