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Base gasket leaking back cylinder - Harley Davidson Motorcycles

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Hi Anonymous, replace it. Good luck

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SOURCE: is it a concern an oil leak from the base rear cylinder 1995 heritage softail

You can ride it, but the leaking oil could cause problems if it gets on the rear tire, brakes, etc. You may as well replace both base gaskets at the same time.

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