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Old 4th October 2019, 10:17 PM
gninnam gninnam is offline
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Originally Posted by MikkiJayne View Post
Seal kits are cheap and fairly easy to do on the bench. If you buy the genuine one you get assembly lube as well which makes the job go a lot easier. Its not particularly expensive from TPS.
Will see if I can get one tomorrow but don't have an account with TPS.
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