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My buddy changed my sprockets on my 07 zzr 600 and its been leaking oil ever since does anyone no what it could be maybe a seal?

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Where is leaking oil from....behind the front sprocket??

if so your chain is TOO tight

if this is your problem, replace the output shaft seal and check drive line for abnormal wear before readjusting chain tension.

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