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Thread: Tri-Z 250 left side crank seal direction

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    Tri-Z 250 left side crank seal direction

    This may seem like a silly question, but I just put in new crank bearings and seals in a 85 Yamaha Tri-Z 250 and wondering if someone can confirm if I have the left side crank oil seal in the correct direction... or does it go yellow side in first? Has been a long time since I opened up a motor and want to make sure before I put it back together. Appreciate any help. Thanks.
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    Meant to say black side in first. I believe I have it in correctly...but want to double check.

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    Yes you have it installed correctly .
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    Ok great, thanks for the reply!

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    How's the rebuild coming? I am planning to dig into mine this summer, just nervous about parts being such slim pickins.

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