Question about 2008 Suzuki Boulevard
1.It is Not normal
2.Could have been a bad seal installed.
Could have been a metal burr left on the shaft, when the shaft was machined.
Could have been a Friday, and everyone at the factory was looking for Saturday, and messed up this installation. (lol!)
3.Patience is a virtue. Ride the bike now, run it low, or out of fluid in that drive, and you'll be waiting until you get Big Bucks to fix it, and waiting on next year to ride. Catch my drift?
Stay off of it for three days. IF You have to ride it to the shop, MAKE SURE that final drive unit is FULL! (And pray it doesn't run low, or out, on the way!)
Doomed? Chin up man! It's only a seal. May have been caused by a bad bearing.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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