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    Tranny oil leak

    I have an oil leak that just started. And best as I can see it is from the output shaft. Do I have to split the cases to replace that seal? I hope not because I have a new case to put on to replace that one with broken thread tubes on the case saver. I dont mind the extra work I just didnt want to so this depth of teardown in prime riding season...
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    there is a bushing and a seal you can remove the sprocket and the replace the seal from outside common leak order a couple seals they dont always seal so good



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    Senior Member motofool250r's Avatar
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    i was on service honda already so heres the honda part numbers

    91207-ML3-003
    91201-430-003
    23225-430-000

    reminded me to order some




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    Awesome news, thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aphillip562 View Post
    I have an oil leak that just started. And best as I can see it is from the output shaft. Do I have to split the cases to replace that seal? I hope not because I have a new case to put on to replace that one with broken thread tubes on the case saver. I dont mind the extra work I just didnt want to so this depth of teardown in prime riding season...
    No need to split...Replace the oil seal, and "v" shaped o-ring. Smooth out the groves from the putput collar bushing...

    Carlos

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    Went to order all 3 but honda discontinued the collar mines got some decent wear on it, the guy at Honda told me to try jb weld
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    bdt has new collars. i got some last week. call bdt-carlos.


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