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Bent oil slinger removing timing cover


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You would (or should) replace the front seal any time the timing cover or crank pulley is off anyway, so no loss there. The slinger isn't critical anyway.  Replace or flatten best you can. It flings oil from the oil pump / distributor spindle off the crank snout away from the front seal so it isn't 'overwhelmed'.         

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