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View Poll Results: Time for a poll! Where is your engine oil leak?
Don't care, I just add oil and wipe off the rear sidewall 4 28.57%
Starter 1 7.14%
Case at the split 2 14.29%
Clutch, side cover cover gaskets or stator wires 5 35.71%
Cylinder base or head 0 0%
Output shaft 1 7.14%
Pretty much leak free, or garage queen 6 42.86%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 14. You may not vote on this poll

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had to vote leak free, but far from a garage queen.
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Mine is oily but not dripping so not sure from where. Toward the rear of the engine but it could be weeping from the cylinder hole (I call it a cylinder hole. I also call it a sling blade... some people call it a Kaiser blade ummmhumm)

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no leaks, drips, runs or errors......

I agree with KM, but mine is still considered a "newer" VN750 and I like to keep it clean. Ask Wolfie...he hates how I keep my chrome all shiny and clean......cuz he's jealous...lol
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Don't like choice #1. I care and I still have to wipe off the rear sidewall!


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Mine drips a lil from the drain plug....I need a new O ring.....my GAS leaks more than my oil, when my float sticks, lol.....both are minimal, I just toss some kittly litter under....aint worth workin on in 15 deg temps....

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