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I have a oil leak behind the front sprocket,there is a oil seal,do i drain oil to change it or is it high enough not to

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If you lean the bike over to the right , no oil will come out while you change the seal. If any did come out it would be quite slow. This seal and bearing will have a pressurized oil feed

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