IMO, it should be disassembled and checked and then determined what needs to be replaced. I assume you mean the 4 gear bushing, this requires the disassembly of the transmission. It is a fair amount of work but if you correct all the issues it will only leak like new when you are done :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:joeldavid_m said:I tried that and it brought me to "admin must add this domain to white list". The second link does work though.
Looks like I should be replacing the spacer,seal and bushing for good measure. The bike just marks its teritory most of the time but when I go out for a longer ride and get after it pretty good it pukes up a BIG mess all over the back of the bike.
Funny but true. I replaced all my tranny seals last year and it still leaks a little. It's only an occasional drip so i don't worry about it too much. What's weird is it seems to drip less when i ride it every day. I think these old shovels just work better when they are ridden daily.springer- said:if you correct all the issues it will only leak like new when you are done :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: