Re: the sprocket spacer, are you talking about item #24 below?wdietz186 wrote:You are probably leaking at the countershaft sprocket/spacer interface. Before you go digging out the seals try undoing the sprocket, pull the spacer and apply 3Bond [Hondabond, Yamabond etc.] to both edges of the spacer and the outer edge of the sprocket and tighten the crap out of the nut. What happens is oil creeps through the splines on the output gear as they are cut behind where the bearing sits and it comes out around the spacer/sprocket interface. If oil is leaking at the output gear/mainshaft area you can tap in another seal without having to pick out the old one and that usually stops the leak there.
And re: "leaking from the output gear / mainshaft area" There is room behind seal item #29 to tap in another seal in on top of it?