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I looked through the service manual as the orientation on the seal but didnt find anything. I’ve read that the direction matters. Anyone know which way is out?

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We will need specifics before we can help. Bike? Pushrod? Seal location?

These Ducatis are belt drive dual overhead cam engines with a single push rod that belongs to the world of clutch. And in that clutch world there are no needle bearings or seals. There are o-rings.

Not being a jerk. Please be more specific.
 

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Your right. Not enough info. It was for the the clutch pushrod on a 749.

We will need specifics before we can help. Bike? Pushrod? Seal location?

These Ducatis are belt drive dual overhead cam engines with a single push rod that belongs to the world of clutch. And in that clutch world there are no needle bearings or seals. There are o-rings.

Not being a jerk. Please be more specific.
 
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