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I have a oil leak coming from the rear wheel final drive any suggestions?

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Oil seal gone on the shaft cheap to buy but a bugger to get off as you have to strip the drive off andthen pop the old seal off with a screw driver then slide it of and next ge the new seal dap some oil inside then slide into place and rebuild also top up oil in engine

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Depending on which side is leaking, it could indicate a simple seal replacement or something more serious like a failing bearing.

Leaking on RHS, is probably just a seal replacement. Leaking on LHS by the brake rotor and wheel may indicate a bearing about to fail. Put bike on center stand and get down beside the wheel. Hold wheel (with trans. in neutral) at 12 and 6 O'clock position try to move wheel by pulling and pushing towards yourself and away from yourself. There should be a barely discernable amount of play in the final drive bearing. Now, rotate wheel and feel/listen for grinding or other vibration that might indicate a bearing problem. If you have mechanical skills, you can drain the oil from the final drive an check for excessive metal particles.

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While it is not difficult to replace the seal, this usually indicates that the main bearing in the final drive has failed and pushed out/damaged the seal causing the leak.

Put bike on center stand and hold rear wheel with both hands and 12 and 6 O'clock positions. Try to move wheel by pushing towards the side of the bike in each direction. If wheel moves more than 1-2mm then you need to have final drive repaired. You can also remove drain plug at the bottom of the final drive and see if any metal particles drain out with the oil. Use a small drain pan to catch the oil.

Sorry, but likely not an easy seal replacement to fix this problem.

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