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I have an old red klf 300 4x4, i tipped it on its side the other day and oil came out a breather hose on the rear axle behind the rear brakes. i stripped brakes only to find no oil. is there suposed to be oil in rear axle or is diff seal leaking? had to chose a model and they didn't have klf300

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Ok i,m taking a guess on the year but i think this link will help you out a lot

http://www.bikebandit.com/houseofmotorcycles/2003-kawasaki-klx300r-klx300-a8/o/m3727

good luck.

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