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Question In search of DT360 right side crank seal

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Replied by Schu on topic In search of DT360 right side crank seal

Glad you cleared that up. I too was thinking you meant Bike Buzzard.
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04 Dec 2021 09:36 #11

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Replied by msavitt on topic In search of DT360 right side crank seal

bad word choice
the seller who sold me the transmission seals "Brand: Yamaha" with a Yamaha label/PN in the pic was definitely not the Bike Buzzard who I have bought from many times without issue. 

this seller and this image of these seals are still on eBay and you can easily fine.  when you look closely you can see that there is only a spring on one side of the seals, yet the seller puts this next to a Yamaha part label and states them as "Yamaha".  I didn't know when I bought what I learned from this site, so I wasted time and money.
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Replied by nealbob on topic In search of DT360 right side crank seal

I appreciare the reponses.Any good tips for getting clutch cover free?
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Replied by msavitt on topic In search of DT360 right side crank seal

yamaha manual in the tech resources section of this site. Removal easy - remove the kickstart lever, the oil pump cover (3 screws), disconnect two hoses to pump, remove the screws around the perimeter of the cover and it should come off with a bit of light tapping with a rubber hammer at most. 

I got one of these machines, once you get it dialed in you will abs love riding it. 
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Replied by nealbob on topic In search of DT360 right side crank seal

Thinking of warming it up with heat gun.Probably never been off
08 Dec 2021 18:45 #15

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Replied by MarkT on topic In search of DT360 right side crank seal

One of the screws is sometimes sort of hidden by the oil pump on some models...  .
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Replied by MarkT on topic In search of DT360 right side crank seal

Looked at a cover on ebay and the DT360 isn't one of the models with a screw sort of hidden by pump.
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Replied by adguy2112 on topic In search of DT360 right side crank seal

The cover can get hung up on the locating pins from and bag so you ay need to wiggle it a bit. Light tap with a Rubber mallet.  Make sure to place your thumb on the Kickstarter spline as the Kickstarter mechanism can pull out with the cover. Can take some doing to get it back. Best to get a new gasket ordered now. Unless the cover comes off with the gasket in tact you’ll be glad to have a new gasket on hand. 
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Replied by msavitt on topic In search of DT360 right side crank seal

whatever you do, do not get POed and pry or bang too hard.  I never needed heat to get one off, just a few whacks around the perimeter with a soft mallet.  get down on the floor and be sure you aren't missing a bolt at the bottom
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