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Water pump leaking from weephole

I rebuilt my top end without a manunal, everything went fine, then i noticed the water pump leaking from the weep hole, believing it was the pump, i replaced all gaskets and seals all the way to inside gear cover, it still leaksi , i got a manual and it mentioned e or ex on gasket to go toward ex. could this be the problem?

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    oka a have the same problem but some people say that iets the top gasket that gone bad but same say the 2 stroke iets only the water pump seals

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  1. water pump leaking from weephole - moz-screenshot.jpgyou may have problem with the number 33 seal this is basicaly the most common problemme with water pump leaking hole09fb78f.gif

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