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ktownyz

Oil leak somewhere behind the front sprocket

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I was out for a nice warm up ride when i noticed a nice slick on my swing arm, i stopped checked my level, it was low and limped back &%$#@!

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Pressure washers are notorious for blowing out sprocket seals, buy the kit for about 20 bucks, search e-bay here is one that will ship to you, 150955984886

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The output shaft seal is covered by a mud shield, besides being tucked behind the sprocket. It's impossible to spray it directly with a pressure washer, so it would be notoriety that is undeserved, You don't need a kit from someplace, only the seal, possibly the collar under the seal, and the O-ring under the collar.

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