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Dark oil coming from inside prop

Dark oil(pool about 3 in. in diameter) coming from inside prop when motor(1970's 9.9 johnson)is in running position.

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Might just be carbon from the ehaust . do you disconnect fuel line and leave motor in gear when hauling . wind sucks fuel thru the engine

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