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Drained the crank case oil now there is something hitting inside trans when I go to kick it over. I,m assuming there is a detent or timing mark that I need to know about to get the drain plug back in in the right spot

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Hi buster,

the drain plug has an O-ring that prevents the oil from coming out as well as the nut to go too deep.

have this replaced with the same O-ring located in the oil dip or one for the same size. you may also use a rubber spacer if it is available.

NOTE: don't ride the bike yet until this is fixed

regards.

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