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Oil Leak from hose!
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Unhappy Oil Leak from hose! - December 20, 2009, 12:33 AM

HELP! I'm pulling my hair out.

I noticed a drip forming under my bike after turning on and warming up a couple days ago. After running it for about 5 min, I watched this very slow drip continue and then stop. Turned the bike off, put my finger in the spot and smelled. Oil! I don't know a lot, but I do know I should not be dripping oil. Removed fairing, saw oil spatter and cleaned it up, turned back on and located the drip. Just replace the hose right? Problem is, I have scoured the shop manual and can't find any mention of this piece other than this picture. I have also scoured various online parts references, i.e. and such and no such luck. Does anyone have any suggestions for this hose?


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December 20, 2009, 01:21 AM

it was my understanding that you may drip a lil oil when the bike is started in really cold temps - but it will stop when the bike warms up and shouldn't drip again unless you leave it in cold temps for a while again. Obviously I could be wrong.

you prolly don't need the hose - just the banjos and washer, unless it comes as a unit for your specific bike. edit* nevermind, i looked at the pic.

check out ronayers.com and try to find the part and part# on the microfiche - or just pick up the phone and call a shop.

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