Leaky pressed steel chaincase

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Re: Leaky pressed steel chaincase

Postby JimFitz » Mon Mar 14, 2016 5:29 pm

shifter wrote:Jim you were spot on after a while in the workshop of winter tinkering she went for her maiden run today and the new up dated primary cover seal has worked a treat

Glad it worked for you - as Sprid says it is nice to buy a part nowadays that not only fits but works too. Mine has been on for a couple of years now and still good - just need to sort out all the other leaks now :roll:

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Re: Leaky pressed steel chaincase

Postby Yves.Astein » Tue Aug 28, 2018 10:44 pm

Hi, so can anybody tell me if the alternative seal is compatible to a G12 1959. If so what‘s the article number for it at AMOC ?

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Re: Leaky pressed steel chaincase

Postby dazoelry » Fri Jul 12, 2019 9:03 pm

I've been running with a "Buckingham" seal on my 1940 G3WO for around 3 years now - granted I've not done lots of miles - and am pleased to report no leaks from the chaincase.

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Re: Leaky pressed steel chaincase

Postby clive » Sat Jul 13, 2019 4:59 pm

Yves.Astein wrote:Hi, so can anybody tell me if the alternative seal is compatible to a G12 1959. If so what‘s the article number for it at AMOC ?
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The discussion is of the pressed steel chaincase. Your 59 G12 should have an aluminium one. So not compatible.
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