Question about 2002 Yamaha V Star Classic
This sounds serious. Either you have a dragging brake , easy fix, or some one forgot to fill your final drive with oil (or you have a leaking seal). Definitely check that you have hypoid gear oil in your final drive so you do not destroy a $1000 assembly. If your final drive has no oil and it pours out as fast as you out it in, the damage may already be done. I would drive home checking the final drive level every 50 miles or so , topping up as needed. It beats leaving your bike far from home and having to take a bus. If the bike is not drivable, take a bus home and go back with a pickup or car and trailer.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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