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My 92 nighthawk 750 is leaking oil on the left side. with my foot on the peg and my toe on the shifter it drips on the toe of my boot. What is that cover called? It is about 6 inches in diameter.

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Left crankcase cover or pulse alternator cover. Is the cover over the left side of the crank shaft end. There is also a "left cover" that covers the counter shaft sprocket. I believe the cover you are looking for is shown on the pulse alternator page of the micro fiche.

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