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Oil leak on kick starter

Theres a leak at the gear shaft and kick starter.oil starts leaking after 3 minutes when the engine running

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    franco Dec 28, 2013

    ive looked at some other bikes and they say it could be the seals of gear shaft and kick stand does anyone know were i can get them having a hard time looking for parts its a lifan lf 200 2007 thanks

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Change the oil seals

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