By mauri
yes, but you'll need to make a hook that is thin enough to slide between de axel and the seal and strong enough so not to bend.

as its an enfield some will be harder to get out than other.

putting the new one back add's some difficulty due to axel being in the way, a long socket will help in this.
oil the seal enough before hand.
Ok just thinking about it, if the timing side crankcase seal was blown other than oil getting blown into the primary could it cause wet sumping as surely a blown seal would reduce crankcase pressure and cause the engine to breath via the primary? I do assume the seal is intended to withstand crankcase pressure of course!

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