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My exhaust is leaking at head.how to remove body parts to gain access to motor?

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  • mishalbi May 17, 2009

    thankyou.I will check it out .

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Open the seat, then remove the four 6mm bolts (they have 10mm hex heads) you sould have enough space to work

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