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Leaks of crankshaft,s Rear and Front Seal on Cummins GenSet with KTA 50 engine.


Created On Sunday 24, December, 2017 1:22 PM by mariner

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mariner
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Note Sunday December 24, 2017 13:22 View thread in raw text format
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The Best Wishes!
GenSet Cummins with KTA 50 engine. More 4000 h of running.
In past summer (plus 20 deegree Celcium and more)
we had looked a leaks of oil through rear and front seals
of crankshaft. To end December, when using of engine
less, than in summer (outside temperature - 0 or - 2-3
Deggree of C and oil temperature approximately 60-65
Deggree C - a leaks of oil stopped. In space of old
oil leaks only a spots of oil with big viscosity, like under
low temperature. Are excist needing of change a seals of
Crankshaft?
Sorry fo my English. Thanks fo cooperation.

Good Day!
For repair of my Cummins KTA50G3 engine is ne?essary manual about procedure of replace the rear and front oil seals of crankshaft. Help on opportunities. Thanks.


Edited: Tuesday February 27, 2018 at 01:15 by mariner
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