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Oil leaking from from harley davidson v twin engine

I have oil leaking from the actual engine block. It is a twin cam 96 cubic inch. I have checked everything and I can see the oil seeping out when the engine is turned on. The model is a 2011 fatboy lo.

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Hi Anonymous, call, take a ride or trailer your bike over to your local dealers service/parts department, I'm sure they will be happy to take your Harley Davidson for a test ride if necessary/possible and offer professional advice and assistance concerning your issue. Good luck have a nice day.

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SOURCE: engine diagram for 88 cubic inch harley davidson

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SOURCE: what weight oil goes in transmission on a 1999

Mostly all motorcycles use the same oil in their Engins and transmission, you do not needs to put a seperate oil into the transmission, as the engin and transmission uses the same oil, you will also see that there is nowhere that you can top up the transmission oil, most motorcycles use 20W50 oils, but it can also depend on what country you are from

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