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Snglsmkr wrote: If you leave one seal in (like the superseded part is supplied) it is important to provide some type of lubrication on the outside seal that goes in the case and over the spacer that is between the sprocket and the inner race of the bearing. I am just guessing but the idea of the added seal at the bearing may be to reduce minor oil "drool" at the countershaft sprocket. I remember this seemed common on the early 70s Enduros that clutter my uncle's garage when I was a teenager.