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Driveline leaking where it connects to the block, leaking inside the rubber boot.

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  • mwdavis Jul 30, 2009

    The driveline leaking problem im assuming is a seal the rubber boot has a bit of fluid in it, but has anyone fixed this problem themselves? its a 2006 Yamaha 650 Custom

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It will be the seal leaking ! remove & replace but check for waer on the shaft aswell
Cheers Rob

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