Hey guys, It looks like I've been struck by the leaky seal gremlin. Last week my fork seals started leaking. I got new seals/bushings, put them in, and started the bike and let it warm up before I took it for a spin. I went back into the garage to grab my helmet and come out to a puddle of oil under the bike. Upon closer inspection I saw it was coming from behind the sprocket. So, I push the bike in the garage, took the sprocket off, and popped the seal out. Everything looked alright, no dirt, no grooves in the shaft or that little spacer. So, I go to the dealer and picked up a new seal, put it in, and put the sprocket and chain back on. I started the bike back up to warm it up and it wasn't leaking. So, I took it for a ride and by the time I got to the end of my street the counter shaft seal was leaking again. What am I doing wrong? I checked the oil and it wasn't over filled. I also checked to see if the crankcase breather was blocked. I found a breather hose that I could feel a consistent flow of air coming out of, but I'm not sure if it was the crankcase breather. I also checked to see if the chain was too tight, which it wasn't. I have no idea what it could be. Could it be the spacer on the shaft? Maybe I put the seal in wrong? What do you guys think?? This is driving me crazy, so any help/suggestions ate appreciated. Thanks!!