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Oil leaks from where the shift lever goes into the trans. Cover. The bike fell on its side during transport.

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Most likely the shift shaft is bent replace the shaft and shaft seal

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You have probably damaged the rubber sealing bush or have caused damage to the shifting shalf .Strip down and inspect.to find the posible cause .

Posted on Mar 17, 2010

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You have probably damaged the rubber sealing bush or have caused damage to the shifting shalf .Strip down and inspect.to find the posible cause .

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