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Oil leak I have an oil leak on my bike where the countershaft sproket goes. I replaced the seal and it still leaks the same amount if not more. It is a bad leak

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Not just a few drops. Any ideas on exactly what parts need replaced besides the seal itself?I put RTV black around the perimiter of the seal. That seemed to do the trick. That was the second time I replaced my seal. When I replaced it the first time I made it worse somehow.,

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