These instructions cover most current WP Seal Heads.
SEAL HEAD REBUILD
NOTE - A SEAL HEAD REBUILD IS NOT REQUIRED UNLESS YOU ARE REPLACING THE SHOCK SHAFT SEALS AND/OR BUSHING.
SH1 - Remove the top-out bumper by prying it out of its groove.
SH2 - Some models do not have the middle piece. Some have a top-out spring in addition to the rubber bumper.
SH3 - Remove the shock shaft oil seal, being careful not to damage the housing,...
SH4 - and plastic washers.
SH5 - Remove the dust seal by prying up in this slot.
SH6 - Inspect the shaft bushing and seal head O-ring. Replace them if they are damaged or worn. Bushing Drivers are available (TSBD Series).
SH7 - If the bushing is worn, use the Bushing Driver and a vice to press it out.
SH8 - Remove the old bushing.
SH9 - Install the new bushing...
SH10 - again using a vice and the Bushing Driver.
SH11 - This photo shows an exploded view of the seal head before assembly.
SH12 -Oil Seal close up.
SH13 - Install the plastic washers and the oil seal.
SH14 - Install the flange washer
SH15 - Install the top-out bumper.
SH16 - Install the dust seal using a properly sized socket to push it in.
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