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Where to get bearings n seals for chain case?

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Old 01-15-2013
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Old 02-22-2013
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Pretty pissed.. Replaced both seals, and the bottom bearing.. Only to take it for its first ride afterwards and see chaincase oil in the belly pan...... No oil left in the case..., again..

If it was leaking from the seal could it still end up inside the belly pan?? I cant remember.. Maybe its leaking from the cover gasket but i dont see why it would.
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Did you make sure the ends of the cover gasket are at the top of the case?

There should/might be a bolt that is only accessible from inside the case, is that installed? Did you torque the cover bolts correctly?
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Old 02-23-2013
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Did you make sure the ends of the cover gasket are at the top of the case?

There should/might be a bolt that is only accessible from inside the case, is that installed? Did you torque the cover bolts correctly?
Yes the gasket is on correct. Yes there is that bolt and it is still in there. And i would say i torqued them evenly.

I am REALLY hoping that its just leaking from the cover for some odd reason, Im gona be so pissed if its leaking from the seals for the shafts..
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Do your bearings have seals on them or are they open bearings?
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Do your bearings have seals on them or are they open bearings?
They have seals on them. And then it has the chain case seals which i just replaced so I dont know what to think right now
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Is there supposed to be a seal on the drain plug?
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I have no idea. I dont think I have ever gotten the drain plug out of this case, Last time i tried I couldnt get it out. I would think if it was the drain plug most of it would have gone through the hole in the belly pan, alot of the oil was still in the belly pan.

I took it apart n put some gasket maker on cover gasket, we will see what that does..
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I think it leaks on the top seal or something for some reason.. I put gasket sealer on the cover gasket and it still leaked out.. but it seems like it sits in the bottom of the case so its prolly not the cover gasket
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Cracked chaincase?
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Cracked chaincase?

I would think i would have noticed it being cracked when i had it out. I cleaned up some of the gunk on the back of it while it was out.. This thing is really starting to piss me off..
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It was missing a sleave on the jackshaft the whole time..... The old one was stuck in the old seal and I didnt know... Well I put that in, I am going to be pretty mad if this thing leaks after this..
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So im just wondering.. How are you supposed to assemble this shit? The jackshaft has to go through the break disc first, then the sleave goes on the shaft, then an o-ring, then it goes through the bearing in the case.. I had a hell of a time getting it together like that.. I went by the parts diagram on polaris
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Aaaannndd the piece of shit still leaks!! I cannot believe it still leaks after all of this.. I dont know what else to do.. New bearings, new seals, all the parts are in it now.. cover sealed with gasket maker.. I dont understand how the hell this thing can still be leaking. Guess im going to need to clean it up again and watch to see exactly where its coming from.
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Is it leaking from the drain plug? WL
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Did you put any sealer on the shaft?
I have found that using some sealer under the bearing will prevent that leakage.
Especially when the bearing will slide on very easily.
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You guys did see the date didn't you?
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