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December 15th, 2014, 11:21 PM   #1
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Gear Selector Shaft oil leak, what else can I do while Im in there?

Hi all

I have a very slow oil leak from my gear selector shaft, where it pops out from the left side engine case. As far as I know its a simple o-ring fix and most bergs do it to a certain degree anyway, but mine is beginning to get worse. Im going to tackle it before it completely lets go and turns into a fast leak. (Damn that synthetic oil isnt cheap! )

So my question is, while I have the side case off is there anything else I can do? its current timing chain went in at 10500ks, the same time it had a full rebuild with a rod kit, bearings, new sleeve and a new piston. All the other easy stuff went with it, head freshen up, new spark plug, clearances ect.

I got the bike at 14400ks and Im now at 15600, with the majority of my kms being fairly tame around town ones (in the process of getting a new car, it kills me to rack up the ks like I am), with a few short blasts up the mountains. New filter went in at 15000 and Ive done the oil 4 times.

Should I order a timing chain? what else guys? Anything I can do to keep it running for as long as possible (and prevent the inevitable husabang).

Thanks all, this website has helped me so much already.
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December 16th, 2014, 01:24 AM   #2
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all you need to do is put a new bush in and a new seal. luckily both are very cheap - the seal is stupidly so....

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December 16th, 2014, 04:52 PM   #3
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Thanks heaps Taffy.

So going by your store and and the workshop manual, ill be replacing two bits-

100082 - 0770022016 Gearbox Output 'O' Ring (34002201)

and

100118 - 80034007053 Gear Lever Bush (23005801).
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December 17th, 2014, 12:27 AM   #4
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100081 is the selector seal.
100118 is the selector bush.

you put your final drive sprocket on an "output shaft" so you don't want this this time!

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