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Leak The first day i got my bike my friend crashed into my dads truck, and broke my gear leaver right where your foot pushes up. I got it fixed and rode it a few times. I left it at my friends house and it started to leak. The gear shaft where the gear shifter leaver conects was tweaked a tiny, tiny bit.

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Its the problem with engine seal get it replaced it will stop leaking...


Good luck..

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Ok heres here it get interesting, youll need to rest you left foot on the left foot peg what ever you do don't get confused and put the wrong foot on the wrong foot peg or somthing really bad might happen when you make the change!!.
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Hope you'll have fun!!!

Ride safe my friend!!!

Don't forget your riding gears!!!

^_^

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